in-your-face

[in-yoor-feys]
adjective Informal.
involving confrontation; defiant; provocative.

Origin:
1985–90

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in-your-face
 
adj
slang aggressive and confrontational: provocative in-your-face activism

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Example sentences
Even text that is bold, italicized, and underlined all at once doesn't begin to
  approach the in-your-face chutzpah of all caps.
Public information is one thing, pushing it in-your-face is something else
  entirely.
Some of his concepts have a confrontational, in-your-face shock value.
But that is not the main reason that the announced results resound as not only
  false, but as egregiously in-your-face false.
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