informal, usually derogatory characteristic of male adolescents or young men, esp by being rowdy, macho, or immature: laddish behaviour
- laddishness, noun
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How to use laddish in a sentence
He still has his laddish Liverpudlian wit, throwing back his head in a deep throaty laugh as a crowd of reporters joins in.Ringo Starr Is Selling His Pictures and Donating the Proceeds to Charities | Blake Gopnik | June 26, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
One laddish website is touting the news as a “happy hour fact to amaze your drinking buddies with.”
One laddish website is astutely touting the news as a “happy hour fact to amaze your drinking buddies with.”
The last thing I thought I would do is marry some laddish shooting pub-going nature lover.