Noun(1) a reckless and impetuous person
Adjective(1) characterized by undue haste and lack of thought or deliberation, `brainish' is archaic
(1) At the heart of the matter is the fact that Australians are our tearaway younger brothers and we love them.(2) The young Reyes nonetheless had plenty of the tearaway in him when he started training with Sevilla at the age of nine.(3) Something of a tearaway when he was younger, Dettori has now adopted a squeaky-clean image as devoted family man - wife Catherine is expecting their fifth child.(4) Magnanimously, we proffered the encouraging thought that the young tearaway would soon be back in the Australian XI.(5) He's a product of workaday south London and was a bit of a tearaway in his younger days.(6) Gibson has been joined by his younger brother, notionally a bit of a tearaway , played by Joaquin Phoenix, living with him now to keep him company.(7) A scheme that draws young tearaways back on to the straight and narrow with a taste of military discipline is to be expanded nationwide, it was announced yesterday.(8) Unfortunately, teenagers tend to get tarred with same brush these days but we're not all young tearaways .(9) A bail hostel may begin as no more than temporary accommodation for young tearaways , but becomes, in the course of time, housing for dangerous criminals.(10) Last week, Scotland on Sunday revealed that ministers wanted to tag children as young as 10 in an effort to clamp down on tearaways .(11) Classical music is to be piped out of speakers at Billericay rail station in an effort to deter young tearaways who intimidate passengers.(12) Some families in the area have also complained about being the victims of intimidation from young tearaways .(13) Earlier the vigilantes - who've not been named publicly - had declared war on young tearaways saying they were ‘prepared to do time to stop them.’(14) Controversial plans to put tags on children as young as 10 have been widely criticised amid fears they could merely become a ‘badge of honour’ for young tearaways .(15) She said too few Anti Social Behaviour Orders had been slapped on young tearaways and vandals, despite the misery they caused residents.(16) Bashir Ahmed is urging police chiefs to ‘get tough’ with young tearaways after the firebomb was hurled at his car parked on the drive of his home in Torbay Close, Deane.
1. hotheaded ::
2. madcap ::
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5. tear off ::
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