brattiness


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brat·ty

 (brāt′ē)
adj. brat·ti·er, brat·ti·est
Characteristic of or being a brat; ill-mannered.

brat′ti·ness n.

brattiness

(ˈbrætɪnəs)
n
informal the quality of being bratty
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