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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Q: Speaking about the films in the 80 and 90s, weren't those protagonists a portrait of privilege, entitlement and brattiness? They weren't particularly lovable.
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Transparent, though it's a study in the selfish brattiness and inadequacy of almost all its characters, has to be vigilant about not seeming to reinforce hateful stereotypes.
Given that children lack the regulatory capacity of adults, indulgent parenting can result in behaviors that are associated with "brattiness" and impulsive behavior.
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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.
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Some people don't understand the severity of the condition, or believe that it's just attention-seeking behavior, boredom, or "brattiness."
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