bossyboots


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bossyboots

(ˈbɒsɪˌbuːts)
n
jocular a bossy or domineering person
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One suspects more and more that Theresa May's egregious stubbornness on this issue has far less to do with carrying out the wishes of the public than getting her own way, consolidating her faded reputation and saving face, like some petulant playground bossyboots.
identical they looked they were only after a you started the The mum, from Highgate, added: "When they were younger, Millie was always quite shy, but as she's grown up she's become a real bossyboots.
I thought she was excruciatingly embarrassed and trying not to come across as a bossyboots. PS.
Bossyboots Amy Adams (below) gives Kerry barkeep Matthew Goode a rough ride after she's parted from boyfriend Adam Scott in Dublin.
A friend helps him build a cozy house out in the garden--but when she turns out to be a "bossyboots," he leaves that home too.
IS nothing safe from the European Union bossyboots? Earl Grey tea, of all things, is now under threat because it contains the citrus fruit bergamot, which is mainly used in the production of perfume.
"Russell takes this know-all bossyboots, who has to travel with the very young because nobody else can tolerate him, and puts him in the real world.
So, it was going to be interesting to see what happened when Mrs Bossyboots took Mr Knowall out for a driving lesson.
Yes, she is a queen bee of bossyboots, with her Moon and Pluto in Leo, needing to be in control, maybe quite noticeably with Tony, who'll cringe, yet loving it when someone else challenges her.
She's a bossyboots and took advantage of Sam's bewilderment at leaving Lesley and Connie and flying in to snow he'd never seen.
Daniel Sunjata is a brilliant young Native American forensics intern working for bossyboots Boston DA Andie MacDowell.