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adj. brat·ti·er, brat·ti·est
Characteristic of or being a brat; ill-mannered.

brat′ti·ness n.


informal the quality of being bratty
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These results are the victory of democracy over rudeness, freedom over cruelty, modesty over brattiness, and peace over war.
RK "newcomers" Yusuke Iseya (Aoshi) and Min Tanaka (Okina) made quite the first impression with their formidable fighting skills as the Oniwabanshuu group's head honchos, whereas Tao Tsuchiya's Misao Makimachi made up for her stubborn brattiness with her kickass ninja moves.
So this combination of brattiness and innocence is something that I found very endearing".
Indeed, it was her participation in beauty pageants on TLC's "Toddlers & Tiaras'' that snagged her a series of her own, and she makes the most of her stardom to a degree beyond brattiness.
Tracks such as Ichiban and Parker are full of urgency and youthful bombast, disguised as brattiness in the vein of Coachwhips and Times New Viking.
And acting like a world-class weenie is the only way he knows how to get it right now--even if it means you have to take the brunt of his brattiness.
Cool' teenagers with exaggerated facial features and stumpy bodies that remove the danger of real-life comparisons, the Bratz reflected the fashions and brattiness of teen TV stars, who were already idols, particularly in the US.
Every parent goes through problems and difficulties and brattiness and where to draw the line.
She not only shakes the Britney/Shakira goods expertly, but Bennett has a subtle way of lacing shrewdness and compassion into Cora's bankable facade of blank spirituality and airheaded brattiness.
He encounters greed and gluttony and all sorts of brattiness and, in the end, is awarded the factory by virtue of his integrity.