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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'd follow up--but I don't want to be pushy. It might turn her off."
Pushy she may be, but certainly not jealous, as Assi's music videos are never short of hot women!
The experiments showed that pushy parents seem to share a common trait and they view their children as part of themselves.
So, going back to pushy parents, with the eleven-plus just around the corner for my eldest, I have just realised after five years of primary school, that the parents I rub shoulders with in the playground have been 'grooming' their children to succeed in every aspect of school life whether it be academic or social.
On the other side of the coin, 64 per cent of parents admitted they will deliberately avoid contact with pushy parents and even try to stop their children from spending time together.
They aren't pushy about my academic performance they only want me to work hard," says the 18- year- old.
Normally, it's Katie Price who seems to be the pushy one, but she's actually said she won't feature her kids anymore on any of her reality TV shows - yeah for sanity.
But researchers at Leicester and Leeds universities, who used data from the National Child Development Study for pupils born in 1958, say parents get less pushy the more children they have.
Education minister, Andrew Adonis' remarks about pushy parents are timely.
Pushy for a Moment: Instant Solutions to Everyday Challenges
Q I AM told I am too pushy in interviews and it is making me miss out on jobs.
The eighth of 15 foals out of Bloomsbury Stud's outstanding broodmare Mrs Moss, Precocious was a half-brother to Japan Cup winner Jupiter Island and Queen Mary Stakes winner Pushy.