Definitions

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  • n. The state or condition of being yobbish.
  • n. Yobbish behaviour; yobbery.

Etymologies

yobbish +‎ -ness (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • At the end of the day the social divide is overly apparent, in my opionion Shilpa places herself too highly and the other 3 have placed themselves somewhere in the murky depths of, well, in want of a better word yobbishness!

    Celebrity Big Brother Betting Odds: Jade Vs Shilpa – Final Showdown

  • Local councils, MPs and police chiefs will be able to call in the squad to help tackle cases of "yobbishness":

    Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition

  • Statistics obtained by Chris Grayling show that there were 3,868,000 complaints of aggression, yobbishness and intimidation in England and Wales last year.

    Welcome to Labour Britain

  • We always knew about the English vices – the binge drinking, the cases of child cruelty, the bullying and yobbishness – but somehow we maintained the illusion of a mature English order.

    UK riots: Our wounded nation will not be healed by vengeful gestures | Will Hutton and Henry Porter

  • AndStatistics obtained by Chris Graylingshow that there were 3,868,000 complaints of aggression, yobbishness and intimidation in England and Wales last year.

    Jacqui Smith - talking shit on the BBC.

  • No doubt he is a madly driven, great businessman, he might even be a truly brilliant chef, but when it comes to telly, his ridiculous swearing, yobbishness, bullying, bare-chested, vainglorious nonsense is about as appealing as a burger made from manure with a rabid dog's piss dressing.

    A F-f-few F Words For Gordon

  • Even yobbishness, that particularly English brand of unpleasant male behavior, has been transmogrified into a virtue.

    London Swings! Again!

  • I'm surprised that the Renaissance team haven't started to market Carlisle as the 'City of drunken yobbishness'.

    News round-up

  • In a major speech to a think tank in central London, he will draw a link between minor yobbishness and the "brutality" of more serious violence.

    icCheshireOnline

  • In a speech to the Policy Exchange think tank in central London he linked minor yobbishness to the "brutality" of more serious violence.

    Evening Standard - Home

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