If a child expects to have her own way or have too much attention, you might say, “That child is ________.”
This question was slightly altered from the 1965–70 question.
|“A BRAT, A HUGE ANNOYANCE “||1|
|A FUTURE PROBLEM||1|
|HEADED FOR TROUBLE||1|
|NEEDS TO SIT DOWN BEFORE I HAVE TO GET UP||1|
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