pushful

[ poo sh-fuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF pushful

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He was a big man with a hard, pushful face and a great under jaw.

But these were slight difficulties for our brilliant “pushful” young man.

Wells, like the pushful tradesman he is, has the very thing in his pocket.

No wonder the Fifth Symphony appeals so much to our virtuous and pushful middle-class audiences.

Directly I go away from here I shall make a list of my most really obstinate, pushful friends to help me.

When we first knew Herbert (or "'Erb" as he was known in those days), he was an impudent and pushful private.

Balfour is by nature a modest and retiring man; Chamberlain is always "Pushful Joe."

They had a pushful bustling “wide-awake” firm of solicitors, who let not a point escape.

German trading associations were as pushful in Renaissance times as they are to-day, and more artistic.

Close astern of her comes War Ordnance, her pushful young captain having taken heed of the sounds of Standard's weighing.

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