Dingoes can be kept as pets if they are taken from a litter no older than six weeks of age and then aggressively trained.
But think more deeply: Congress could make all kinds of laws that aggressively establish an ideology that is not a religion.
After 9/11, Bush was more Cheney than Condi: aggressively unilateral, dismissive of diplomacy, eager to use force.
Back in 1992, Disney aggressively pushed Newsies, and yet few kids ever made it to the picture.
But in 2000, Bush made that impossible by aggressively distancing himself from the Republican Congress.
They sang two verses with round mouths, Jerry and Stanley shouting against each other aggressively and wagging their heads.
"I don't see any easier way to get half a million," he said aggressively.
There was no injunction for fighting absolutely or aggressively in the Koran.
"You ought to give it to him as a keepsake," said young Howard, aggressively.
For the rest he was a cheerful, likable fellow, aggressively honest and painfully conscientious.
aggressive ag·gres·sive (ə-grěs'ĭv)
Inclined to behave in a hostile fashion.
Tending to spread quickly, as a tumor; fast-growing.