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- n. Alternative spelling of bolshie.
- adj. Alternative spelling of bolshie.
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- adj. obstreperous.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. emotionally charged terms used to refer to extreme radicals or revolutionaries
- adj. obstreperous
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When you hear their music after all this – there's a track called Darling Buds of May and another called New Year's Day that are the musical equivalent of the word "bolshy" – there's a chance you may feel distinctly underwhelmed.
The public narrative is "bolshy" and Cameron has to deal with that.
Not as bolshy as Donna was, but independent and feisty nevertheless.
He will have to try to kiss and make up with the Lib Dems, who are likely to get a whole lot more bolshy if AV goes down, to stabilise and sustain the coalition.
Coy yet bolshy, Balotelli annoyed Mourinho to the point where the current Real Madrid coach suspended him from Inter's squad.
There are copious birds, fabulous archaeological remains, and bolshy locals (no surprise since the DNA is largely Viking).
To answer your question, by short sharp shock I mean what you and I probably both had when getting a bit bolshy when we were about 14 as boys tend to do.
I sorta think wearing a cross * and* a "Cocksucking Christ" badge (or simply a pink triangle, if one wanted to be a bit less bolshy; D) would be seven shades of awesome, contradicting only the obsolete OT dogma that Yeshua himself rejected and the ugly update of it that I blame Paul for crowbarring in.
And that single by bolshy Big Brother transmidget Nadia.
And even if, under AV, Liberal and Tory politicians "tell" voters to squeeze out Labour when making their choices, the British public is far too bolshy to be so easily led.