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brattish

[′brad·ish]
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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. Watching her now express the same thoughts and recount the same stories--her face bearing the lineaments of aging and her voice uninflected but quietly firm--few could doubt her devotion to Balanchine or to his art.
MIDDLESBROUGH Mayor Andy Preston wants the power to "sack" elected councillors as he brands the behaviour of some as "brattish".
JUSTIN Bieber has overcome a series of mind-blowingly brattish moments - and now he is mentoring budding singer Cruz Beckham.
CINDERELLA (U) ELLA (Lily James, below) is consigned to the kitchen by her vindictive stepmother Lady Tremaine (Cate Blanchett) and brattish stepsisters, Anastasia (Holliday Grainger) and Drizella (Sophie McShera).
Before all of the jiggery-pokery with a pumpkin, four mice and a goose, Ella (Lily James) is consigned to the kitchen by her vindictive stepmother Lady Tremaine (Cate Blanchett) and brattish stepsisters, Anastasia (Holliday Grainger) and Drizella (Sophie McShera).
"It's either brattish teenage guys just trying to push people's "It's either brattish teenage guys just trying to push people's buttons or people who are really quite unhappy, which made me have sympathy for that girl.
I certainly get very brattish unless I'm allowed to sit in my favourite armchair and kick lumps out of Colombia playmaker James Rodriguez.
Kate Boy The Way We Are KATE Boy could be the brattish children of Depeche Mode, such is the confidence with which this Swedish electro-outfit provide an effortlessly magnificent take on the genre as Aussie siren Kate Akhurst takes the lead role.
JOSH Duhamel is excellent as brattish Hollywood star Tad Hamilton, who tries to tidy up his wild image by dating the ``girl next door'' after a competition among fans.
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.
Foerste, too, is surprisingly sympathetic as the brattish Lina, and shines particularly opposite Castellito.
No vignette of his brattish youth is as haunting as Solway's description of him toward the end, doing his stretching exercises on the floor with an IV attached to his arm, or almost at the very end, summoning up from somewhere the strength to take a solo bow unassisted at the premiere of his second (and last) ballet, Empyrean Dances.