1. cocky, arrogant [piss off v. (2)].
|Pimp 116: You little pissy, green-ass Nigger.|
|Maledicta III:2 222: Cinderella becomes Old Ella, the whining failure or whoring harridan, derisively hailed as madame, countess, duchess (if pissy, piss-elegant).|
|Paco’s Story (1987) 65: Even they getting picky and pissy and don’t hardly hire nobody no more.|
|Stormy Weather 55: Somebody’s in a pissy mood.|
|Keepers of Truth 135: First Ed and now Pete acting all pissy over nothing.|
2. irritated, angry; also as in a pissy [pissed off adj.].
|Grease 76: I decided it was dumb of me to get pissy with you.|
|One Night Out Stealing 20: Ooo, we are in a pissy.|
|Campus Sl. Apr. 6: pissy – easily annoyed, in an unpleasant mood.|
|Plainclothes Naked (2002) 124: Merch was still pissy from the stroke line.|
|This Is How You Lose Her 103: Mami had dealt with paper bitches before, and she never got this pissy.|
|Ringer [ebook] n.p.: Then it blurts in that pissy, whiney, croaky voice that old cunts have: ‘I’ve called the police!’.|
|The Force [ebook] He’s still pissy about the 2 a.m. roust at his place.|