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pushing

adjective push·ing \ˈp-shiŋ\

Definition of PUSHING

1
:  marked by ambition, energy, enterprise, and initiative
2
:  marked by tactless forwardness or officious intrusiveness

Examples of PUSHING

  1. <among the young associates at the law firm, he was unmistakably the most pushing>
  2. <the sort of sycophantic, pushing man on the make that everyone loves to hate>

First Known Use of PUSHING

1677

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July 06, 2015
categorical Hear it
absolute or relating to a category
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