rebelliousness


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Synonyms for rebelliousness

intentionally contemptuous behavior or attitude

an insubordinate act

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Moving from e-cigarettes to traditional cigarettes was more likely among older students, white or Native Hawaiian students, and students described as exhibiting "greater rebelliousness."
The study also established that the transition from non-user of either e-cigarettes or tobacco to use of both by 2014 was associated with older age, white or Native Hawaiian ethnicity, and greater rebelliousness.
GROWING up in the 1970s, one of the most powerful symbols of youth rebelliousness was the Dr Marten boot.
Mixing the races is rebelliousness against God." This episode reveals Americas continuing struggle with race, racial integration, and race mixing--a problem that has plagued the United States from its earliest days.
No doubt Mrs Larkin has displayed a certain stubbornness, rebelliousness even, in defying the enforcement notice.
Newcomer Florence Pugh is also delightful as ethereal and beautiful Abbie whose rebelliousness is what draws the girls together.
He described her as a young actress who exude innocence with a hint of rebelliousness and daring.
Cash was known for his deep bass-baritone voice, the distinctive sound of his Tennessee Three backing band, a rebelliousness, free prison concerts and his trademark look, which earned him the nickname "The Man in Black".
Cash was known for his deep bassbaritone voice, the distinctive sound of his Tennessee Three backing band, a rebelliousness, free prison concerts and his trademark look, which earned him the nickname"The Man in Black".
By the time we get to Thomas Frank, audiences are required to be not just active, but rebellious--with that rebelliousness and 'cool' supplying much-needed credibility and energy for continued advertising success in jaded markets.
There is no place in the world where names of the negotiators are bought forward and their identity is protected incase of rebelliousness.
The Kinks' songs have attracted admirers on both the left and the right, thanks to their mixture of nostalgia, rebelliousness, and barbs at both big business and big government; libertarians tend to enjoy their jabs at conformity, bureaucracy, war, and the welfare state.
Candid and humorous, “Wild Thing” is a remarkably mature memoir of teen rebelliousness and ultimate redemption.
Supported by Florian the determined teacher turns teenage rebelliousness into self respect, contempt into consideration and hate into love, and on the way, Ricky himself learns that he has more in common with his students than he had realised.