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ladette

(ˌlædˈɛt)
n
informal a young woman whose social behaviour is similar to that of male adolescents or young men
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"Hillary Clinton may be the most corrupt person ever to seek the presidency" Donald Trump, the Republican front-runner for the White House, attacks his likely Democrat rival as "a world-class liar" "I don't think I ever was a ladette. I'm actually a bit of a nerd.
But it still does" Hollywood veteran Burt Reynolds, 80, cringes at being called a sex symbol "Even though the risk of infection from the Zika virus is considered low, it is a risk nonetheless and a risk I am unwilling to take" Top golfer Rory McIlroy, who has decided not to go to the Olympic Games in Rio because of the Zika risks involved "I don't think I ever was a ladette. I'm actually a bit of a nerd.
Former ladette Sara, who has jumped ship from Radio 1 to Radio 2, said: "I used to watch Come Dine With Me with my daughter Lola.
IT was the programme that tried to instill good manners in boisterous and boozy girls, but Ladette to Lady had its moments.
London, Mar 3 ( ANI ): The ladette generation is swapping pints for wine - leading to a rise in women with drinking problems, it has been claimed.
Ms Lumley says she "detests" Patsy's drunken behaviour, and she feels similarly about Britain's "ladette" culture.
Undeterred by previous failed attempts to teach Kerry manners and class, Gest will be seen trying to turn our most notorious ladette into a lady.
Best known for: Her strict discipline regimes on reality show Ladette to Lady.
Both have ditched the dreaded "ladette" tag and have careers AND home lives most people would kill for.
Charlotte, who releases her new album Back To Scratch next week, says she's been trying to shake off the ladette image which has followed her since she was a teenager.
It might be easy when describing Ladette Randolph's first novel, A Sandhills Ballad, to slip into a summary that sounds a little melodramatic.
As for Rushworth, sadly she seems to be another follower of the increasingly violent 'ladette' culture.