ladette

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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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BOOZY ladettes sow the seeds of breast cancer long before becoming mums, a study reveals.
It rather grandly called itself a social experiment but, in reality, most viewers were more interested in the escapades of the girls when they were ladettes rather than the social graces of the ladies they were supposed to become.
By definition, ladettes are "young women who behave in a boisterously assertive or crude manner and engage in heavy drinking sessions".
Many of the self-confessed ladettes that we interviewed don't perceive that they are trying to act like men, but that they are taking advantage of the social freedoms of the past 20 or 30 years," he added.
One of the ladettes must take the helm, with the others acting as her staff.
His description of "p***ed ladettes" now also refers to an under-age relation of his.
Skye is in charge much to the disgust of her fellow ladettes.
Ladette to Lady (ITV1, 9pm) Putting five ladettes in front of a table of fine wines to sniff instead of drink is a bit like locking a drug addict in a pharmacy and telling him to look, don't touch.
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It soon becomes clear that the ladettes are up against formidable opposition..
Lock up your sons - these Welsh ladettes are loud, lairy and on the prowl!