bratty : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s (used of an ill-mannered child) impolitely unruly
- Some of the boys grew from being spoiled and bratty--belittling the help, once chasing the cook up a tree at Hickory Hill--into full-blown debauchery, driving fast, drinking hard .
- Whether he's right about that or not, Amy and Dan are certainly appealing Dan is nerdy (he's an obsessive collector) and bratty but surprisingly resourceful, and Amy is .
- Thus Grant's PM finds himself singing carols on Christmas Eve to bratty children.
- Emily Blunt in Telegraph.co.uk
I'm going to dance boot camp,says Blunt. "I'll never be at the same standard as a professional, but hopefully I'll be able to do a little bit. I didn't do ballet when I was a child. I gave it up when I was three - in some sort of bratty...
- Paris Hilton in Melbourne Herald Sun
It's obvious Britney and her bratty pals are being silly. Paris laughed when she got the letter and said it was c--p,a source close to Hilton told the London Daily Mail.
- Avril Lavigne in Canada.com
I promise you guys will LOVE this record, it is my favorite one!!! And I can't wait!!!!!,Lavigne wrote. "It is really fast, fun, young, bratty, aggressive, confident, cocky in a playful way..........all the good stuff."