chavette


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chavette

(tʃæˈvɛt)
n
(Peoples) informal derogatory Brit a young working-class woman whose tastes, although sometimes expensive, are considered vulgar by some
[from chav + -ette (sense 2)]
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"CHAVETTES: The discerning chavette will ensure that every meal is eaten at a fast food chain so she's able to fit her ample size 16 frame into a size 10.
Coleen ROONEY, 30 LABELLED a "chavette" in 2006, Coleen (then McLoughlin) shrugged off reports of Wayne Rooney's infidelities and married the Man United striker in Portofino in 2008.
The cartoon featured a new family, The Neds, comprising Ned, Nedette, and their kids, Asbo and Chavette (December 17, 2005, and April 18, 2006; see Raisborough and Adams 2008) and led to protests in the Scottish Parliament against "classism" and to challenges from Scotland's Children's Commissioner (Sunday Times, February 5, 2006; The Scotsman, February 6, 2006).
THE transformation is complete - from chavette to style chameleon, these days Cher Lloyd actually looks a bona fide star.
Her return in the episode Turn Left provoked criticism over her apparent inability to reprise Rose's distinctive "chavette" dialect.
Yeah but, no but[ETH] not normally described as a chavette, Nic looks like she should be pushing a pram.
Apparently Coleen McLoughlin is a chavette. And here was me thinking she was just spendthrift and loosely attached to a famous footballer.
They tread a lonely path.: Coleen's a chavette by definition:So chavs have made it into the dictionary, along with skangers, yarcos and neds which apparently are chavs in Ireland, East Anglia and Scotland respectively.
The dictionary also includes 'chavette' (the female equivalent), and the adjectives 'chavish' and 'chavtastic' (suitable for or designed for chavs).
Chavette, then, could suggest to a singer a different acoustic range in relation to the notation than normal clefs in relation to their notation.
And the comedy duo have also authorised the sale of talking dolls of some of their most popular characters - "yes, but no" chavette Vicky Pollard, Dafydd, the only gay in the village, and wheelchair-bound Andy and his carer Lou.