pushy

[poo sh-ee] /ˈpʊʃ i/
adjective, pushier, pushiest. Informal.
1.
obnoxiously forward or self-assertive.
Origin
1935–40, Americanism; push + -y1
Related forms
pushily, adverb
pushiness, noun
Synonyms
brazen, brash, cheeky.
Example Sentences for pushy
Pushy, know-it-all busybodies who cannot manage to peacefully convince others.
Too many end up believing the loud, pushy, splashy crackpots.
From day one she was pushy, barked constantly, chewed on us and our belongings and generally made our lives miserable.
The next round of location tools will be even more pervasive, pushy, and predictive.
His lean physique, close-cropped hair, and stick-out ears can give the impression of a slightly pushy undergraduate.
Still, the usage conveys a pushy disregard for whatever precedes it.
The locals aren't jaded and the tourists aren't pushy.
Pushy photographers were making people's lives miserable.
But word is spreading through the pushy-parent network: this is the real thing.
They hesitate to call in favours for fear of seeming pushy.
British Dictionary definitions for pushy
pushy (ˈpʊʃɪ)
 
adj , pushier, pushiest
1.  offensively assertive or forceful
2.  aggressively or ruthlessly ambitious
 
'pushily
 
adv
 
'pushiness
 
n

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