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pushy

adjective \ˈp-shē\

: using forceful methods to make others do what you want them to do : aggressive and rude

push·i·erpush·i·est

Full Definition of PUSHY

:  aggressive often to an objectionable degree :  forward
push·i·ly \ˈp-shə-lē\ adverb
push·i·ness \ˈp-shē-nəs\ noun

Examples of PUSHY

  1. <he's usually very pushy about insinuating his own ideas into other people's projects>
  2. <the pushy cocktail waiter kept asking me if I wanted another drink, even though I hadn't finished the first one>

First Known Use of PUSHY

1874

Rhymes with PUSHY

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