brat was dramatically outraised and outspent by the House majority leader.
brat will face Democrat Jack Trammell, a fellow professor at Randolph-Macon College, in November.
In addition to being against immigration reform, brat takes all the expected orthodox conservative positions.
Canadian brat Justin Bieber triumphed at the American Music Awards.
He ran the same kind of campaign against brat that he ran a dozen years earlier against Jones, relying on negative ads and mail.
"He ain't got no time for such as the brat and me," she replied bitterly.
The "Pappy" should kiss his brat—but were they one and the same kisses?
The brat grew restless and wandered disconsolately around the room, leaving traces of sticky fingers everywhere.
It air only a brat what ain't nothin' but a grape-basket to sleep in.
I was as intolerably filthy as any brat that ever came out of a sewer.
c.1500, slang, "beggar's child," originally northern, Midlands and western England dialect word for "makeshift or ragged garment;" probably the same word as Old English bratt "cloak," which is from a Celtic source (cf. Old Irish bratt "cloak, cloth"). The modern meaning is perhaps from notion of "child's apron." Hollywood Brat Pack (modeled on 1950s Rat Pack) is from 1985.
A child, esp an obnoxious or troublesome one
[1505+; origin unknown]
Bratwurst, a kind of sausage: a neighborhood more attuned to baseball, brats, and beer (1980s+)