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pushy

Aggressive, insistent, or domineering in a forward or disagreeable manner. I hate these pushy salespeople who won't take no for an answer. Tom is always so pushy, as if his ideas are always the best.

pushy

mod. very aggressive in dealing with other people. Stop being so pushy! Who do you think you are?
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I can't wait to see him play, but I think I'm pushier as a coach than I am as a father.
With campaign posters in windows the length of the valley, Sophie Evans has enjoyed the Welsh Over the Rainbow mandate since she first donned her Dorothy dress and saw off far pushier wannabes fighting for The Lord's attention.
Sex: A fine romance can sour the pushier and more demanding you get.
Sometimes men are pushier about commitment than women are.
As time went by and the others started falling asleep, the pushier men seemed to become more emboldened, but by then it was too late.
BICYCLES ARE A RARE SIGHT ON THE TRAFFIC-CHOKED streets of Caracas, where the only way motorists get to their destinations is to be pushier than the next guy.
While it's true that some newspapers are getting pushier about promotions, it's also true that business has been good.
The Chinese therefore perceive that the United States has become pushier and more "arrogant" this decade, as illustrated by a host of unpleasant interactions, including the U.
They will ask a lot harder questions, and be a lot more skeptical and a lot pushier.
I just have to be a little pushier than the normal person to get what I want.
The sense of personal dignity that had set Hoagland apart, the rejection of the pushier forms of self-aggrandizement, did not long survive.
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The last of their same-age friends just gave birth, and have gotten pushier than a pair of Scientologists in trying to recruit Josh and Cornelia into the cult of midlife parenthood.
It's the relatives, work mates or friends who are just that bit thinner, wittier, richer, smarter, cooler, cleverer, technical, taller, fitter, pushier, cheekier or well read who really press our buttons.