aggressive

[ uh-gres-iv ]

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AGGRESSIVE

Fandor was not in the least impressed by the lieutenant's aggressive declarations.

But it never seems to enter into the goat's head to do anything so aggressive.

They were not aggressive creatures; it was that that made them so terrible to Helen.

The aggressive Martians would be only too glad to explore the Moon.

The swiftness of the movement was aggressive enough to startle.

And, beyond this, there are all the offensive, aggressive uses of the ballot.

And the only form of action open to a State can be of no other than aggressive nature.

He had the broad head and square jaw of the aggressive type.

We have noticed that Livingstone's religion was not aggressive nor impertinent.

It is an actuality,—an active, aggressive, and progressive reality.

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