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Synonyms for ill-behaved

misbehaving, often in a troublesome way


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"Most people treat the horses nicely, but some ill-behaved lads do create a mess," they added.
Bwanakare introduces a new and robust power-law-based non-extensive entropy econometrics approach to the economic modeling of ill-behaved inverse problems.
Now rubbish parents won't have any excuse for blaming teachers when their ill-behaved kids get awful grades.
The speeding bikes and cars, mostly driven by ill-behaved youth, remain on the rampage at the capital city roads on the week ends bringing the tall claims made by the traffic Police to ground.
But implausibility doesn't make it any less enticing to imagine how a director of David Ayer's caliber might pluck nine of the most ill-behaved characters from the DC stable for an intense, spandex-clad, super-powered spin on "The Dirty Dozen." Yet Ayer's is beholden to the corporate vision of other recent DC adaptations, most notably the oppressively self-serious riffs of "Batman v Superman" director Zack Snyder, who serves as exec producer on this film.
We assume that refers to yellow and red cards rather than the total number of chairs chucked around town squares, rude words yelled at French riot police, and ill-behaved fans deported during the group stage.
Soon after one of the prime defenders of Narendra Modi's version of 'tolerance', Bollywood actor Anupam Kher, had said that the BJP members who spoke 'nonsense' and 'ill-behaved' should be sent behind bars and thrown out of the ruling party, Yogi Adityanath, a BJP Member of Parliament and a torchbearer of the Sangh Parivar's much espoused Hindutva, termed him a 'real life villain'.
This is not a principle that Miss Manners would apply to anyone who keeps a pet hyena or an ill-behaved rat.
Meanwhile, I am upset for the vast majority of decent Widnes fans who were let down by a few ill-behaved people.
A pile of rubble in the eastern city of Benghazi stands as a sad memorial to the abuse and manipulation of football by Middle Eastern and North Africa autocrats like Al Sdi whom the US embassy described in 2009 in a leaked cable described as "notoriously ill-behaved".
It has threatened to serve the same fate to any official who it deems having ill-behaved with its brigands in or out of jail.
That Liverpool had such a high rate of violence was due in part to female criminality, and that was related to heavy consumption of alcohol, which Archer, unconvincingly to this reader, attributes too simply to overcrowding, underemployment, poverty, and ill-behaved husbands.
The Goggle-Eyed Goats (12) by Stephen Davies is a North African set tale of attempts to get rid of five ill-behaved goats.
She has no reason to be concerned that her schools sometimes kick out underperforming, ill-behaved, or special needs children.