Definition of 'laddish'
Example sentences containing 'laddish'
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During that time, she saw it all and was on the receiving end of endless passes and laddish behaviour.Times, Sunday Times (2010) Times, Sunday Times (2015)
According to industry sources, laddish banter is par for the course and important meetings are often held in the pub rather than the boardroom.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
There were guns, lashings of violence, some cracking laddish humour and killer crayfish thrown in for good measure.The Sun (2008)
She gives him a few pointers, telling him to stop shaking his leg, tone down the laddish banter and to talk more about their shared interests.The Sun (2015)
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