caddish caddish


  • (adj) offensively discourteous



  1. A few years and a thousand talk shows later, she became the Princess Victim, bulimic, suicidal, betrayed by a caddish paramour with a tell-all book, trapped in a loveless marriage.
  2. Then, in a bald attempt to rehabilitate his caddish image, the Gulf War veteran describes how hurt he was when Di dumped him.
  3. But his ex-fiance's caddish brother absconds with Kipps's last thruppence.


  • On the Page: Susan Choi and Julie Kavanagh

    My Education Susan Choi (Viking, 304 pp., $26.95) Susan Choi’s fourth novel is a steamy campus romance that doubles as a coming-of-age story. In a twist on the typical narrative—nubile co-ed falls hard for caddish prof—here an ambitious literature grad student, one Regina Gottlieb, attending an unnamed Syracuse-like university, falls hard for her professor’s wife. Like many love triangles, this ...
    on July 10, 2013     Source: The New York Observer


  • Mr Justice Carney said that in sentencing he wasn't taking into consideration what he had earlier described as "the most caddish evidence" given on McGrane's behalf at his trial by his wife of their purported sexual activity.
    on May 14, 2007 By: Paul Carney Source: Ireland Online

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