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  • adv. In a bratty way.


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  • There was a period a couple years ago when Alex was traveling a lot for work and I hated every single second of it, even–quite brattily–the parts where he got fancy rental cars and stayed in “Heavenly Beds” which he still does not shut up about, even today and got to eat awesome meals and expense them.

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  • Because the writers of "Lost" are a lot like John Locke, who keeps brattily insisting that no one should be able to tell him what he can and can't do.


  • Saffron is a brattily ungrateful student for some time, but she does come around.

  • Maybe they will later, when it is convenient, but for now Jenny is stuck in the house, frowning brattily at her Rufus and his Lily, and frowning sexily at her kid from Air Bud.


  • Sam Waterson's brattily adolescent Hamlet at Lincoln Center on a steeply raked stage with the great Irene Worth as Gertrude, Jane Alexander and David Birney in a Broadway revival of

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  • Farber's essays are almost brattily smart, alluring and written in a style thankfully impossible to copy, "writes

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