Examples of pushy in a Sentence
he's usually very pushy about insinuating his own ideas into other people's projects
the pushy cocktail waiter kept asking me if I wanted another drink, even though I hadn't finished the first one
Recent Examples of pushy from the Web
Ann Steed Carver plays a pushy and eccentric talent agent and Andy Ricci steals every scene as a jet-setting Hollywood director.
The staff is young, and server Jonathan made a great impression with his knowledge of the wine list, as well as his ability to move things along without seeming pushy.
A lot of kids are not having fun out there, either because of coaches who are too tough, or parents who are too pushy.
There’s a lot to get past, including an opener that engages in some generic place-setting, and a pushy score that insistently tries to lighten the darker moods.
Well played, @HouseofCards pic.twitter.com/QSgauTt6Q1 — Daniel Newman (@CreativeNewman) March 2, 2016 At the time, the Post’s Fredrick Kunkle wrote that some riders found the advertisements a bit creepy: Frank Underwood’s a pushy guy.
A pushy Israeli parliament member named Oren Hazan pulled Trump aside and started taking a selfie in the receiving line.
That means the snow melt was coming down in a pushy trickle, rather than a deluge.
The other generations: Naomi Watts as the supportive mom and Susan Sarandon as the pushy grandma.
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First Known Use of pushy
PUSHY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pushy for English Language Learners
: using forceful methods to make others do what you want them to do : aggressive and rude
PUSHY Defined for Kids
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