assertive

[ uh-sur-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF assertive

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This assertive Briton has no desire to lose identity in "Brahm."

He was a slender fellow with close-clipped, assertive red hair.

There was in them something else, or more, than the assertive grossness of life.

His paganism would be too assertive; it might even be in bad taste.

He irritated the older men by his assertive manner, and his cocksureness.

There was an assertive note in Cheniston's voice when he spoke to his sister which was new to her.

Youth should be modest, and he was assertive from his childhood.

Mr. Crewe, who was anything but a fool, and just as assertive as Mr. Flint, cut in.

She hated the assertive hand on her, demanding her back out of pain.

He had an assertive, positive way, that Harry Brackett could not withstand.

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