brattish


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(used of an ill-mannered child) impolitely unruly

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It's either brattish teenage guys or people who are really quite unhappy.
In fact, we enter AycKbourn country, with a bittersweet (perhaps more bitter than sweet) comedy drama about Stephen Febble, a middle-aged grouch - only happy when slumped in his armchair with the telly, the Daily Telegraph and glass of whisKy - facing up to the awful prospect of a WEEKEND visit by his daughter, her dull husband and their brattish child.
It was also reported that Selena was not happy with the "Baby" singer's brattish attitude.
London, March 19 ( ANI ): Miley Cyrus, who has been dumped by fiance Liam Hemsworth because of her brattish showbiz antics, has refused to cancel her wedding plans and believes she can still get the actor down the aisle this year.
Doesn't it feel a little like that as you re-immerse yourself in the brash, brattish and brutish world of Premier League football after having so recently experienced the grace, humility and sportsmanship of the Olympic and Paralympic Games?
Childish, brattish and in keeping with the whole sorry saga.
He could also be a brattish courtier in a fancy suit, a prodigal and a playboy, an ex-army bully who laid down challenges--as Suckling had in the past--he could not answer for.
There is a brattish, clever amorality about Google that allows it to censor the pages on its Chinese service without the slightest self doubt, store vast quantities of unnecessary information about every Google search, and menace the delicate instruments of democratic scrutiny.
Lung and his equally brattish pals (Sam Lee, Cheung Tatming) sign up at a cadet school for what in essence is "Police Academy, Hang Kong Style," with parodies of other H.
Dropping to the rescue after the children had broken their previous governess, the umbrella-toting Poppins cures the youngsters of their brattish manners, offers the Mrs.
Children Lisa (Bad Girls' Kellie Bright) and JJ (Luke de Woolfson) are the suitably brattish kids who spend their time shopping, texting and asking for more money.
Covering the same ground in her 1989 autobiography, Holding On to the Air, she had antagonized some reviewers for discussing Balanchine in a manner they had found arrogant, and even a bit brattish.
Hyde (also played by Malkovich) is blunt, rude, brattish and insinuating, cutting straight to the core of sexual impulses that Mary never dared realize she harbored.
JUSTIN Bieber has overcome a series of mind-blowingly brattish moments - and now he is mentoring budding singer Cruz Beckham.
When his brattish daughter Ava (Mackenzie Brooke Smith) rejects him and his boss fires him over an innocent misunderstanding, Frank snaps and goes on a rampage, killing irritating reality TV star Chloe (Maddie Hasson) at her school.