from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. in the manner of or typical of a chav.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Peevish; fretful.
- n. A confused chattering; a chattering, prattling, or murmuring noise.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I suppose the working clasess back then were just a little less chavish than today.
The chavish nature comes from the fact they are put on cars, I believe.
It is clear that we have a so-called 'housing crisis' in this country, however if people were prepared to work hard they could certainly afford something, no matter how chavish it may be to begin with.
The place is full of in bred, piggy eyed, adidas wearing, chavish oiks and their orange faced breeding partners who live on a diet of Iceland budget sausages and Sunny D with their feral offspring running round making the place look like something that would scare the shyte out of Tolkien and Charle Dickens.
This was just a show of yobishness and chavish behaviour.
To others, he simply represents everything wrong with modern football-sponsorship, ad deals, money, his b-list celebrity wife and chavish looks, fame without the once requisite talent to justify it.
The brash, new monied Russian entrepreneurs represented by Lyovchick and Shura are types only loosely compatible with the chavish Norn Irish personas with which they were imbued.
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