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  • s  (used of an ill-mannered child) impolitely unruly

  • Son of a Berlin pas tor, he was subject to spasms of brattish rage, until his adoring mother taught him how much safer it was to hurl abstract arguments instead of "all kinds of .
  • Fanny Brice, radio's famed brattish Baby Snooks, is also an ardent collector of artistic "Snooksology"drawings and paintings by children.
  • She has since more or less grown up into her tristful 30s and written a mildly brattish, mildly famous book called The Best of Everything (PTI, Sept.

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