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A popular term for an unpleasant, ill-tempered child; a spoilt and self-centred, ill-mannered person.
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The second series of the epic fantasy drama has the brattish Joffrey (Jack Gleeson) on the coveted Iron Thrones.
EVER watched The Apprentice and thought, what could possibly be more brattish and hopeless than this bunch?
As portrayed on the big screen, Greg is deeply selfish, so we struggle to muster any sympathy for the brattish protagonist as his tower of little white lies collapses around him.
As a brattish, soft, flaky, perennially ungrateful member of Generation Y who is spoilt by the comforts of modern life, I simply whine about the likelihood of the cruel government forcing me to remain at the coal face until well into my seventies - by which time I will be totally incapacitated at best - at every opportunity.
The two eldest Pevensie children have sensibly jumped ship, leaving the story to focus on siblings Lucy (Georgie Henley) and Edmund (Skandar Keynes), Plus, the welcome addition of their brattish cousin Eustace Scrubb.
The book became an instant best-seller, Warner Bros are now adapting it for the screen and a year later, Wendy followed that success with Bad Heir Day which turned the Holden humour on pushy parents and their brattish children.
Well, complete with a line-up that features Amy, the devilishly good-looking Australian cow girl guitarist, The Barbs sprinkle punk pop, B52 boy/girl vocals, surf, doo-wop and rock into the cauldron and cook up a brattish, razor sharp triumph.
Seventy-five-year-old Giuseppe (Villaggio) journeys from Puglia to Geneva with brattish, 7-year-old Carla (Francesca Pipoli) to call in an old debt to pay for her eye operation.
Indulged and brattish, all her life she's been showered with material things instead of love.
The letters begin in the 60s where Charlie's brattish ineptitude starts when he fails to knuckledown at Eton, and continues foolhardily into the 70s as he flunks an Army career.