Definitions

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  • adjective comparative form of bossy: more bossy

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Examples

  • There is a school of thought that Mr Cameron needs to be a bossier prime minister.

    Reshuffle in haste, Mr Cameron, and you will repent at leisure | Andrew Rawnsley

  • Because he was bigger and bossier than the others, we suspected he might be a rooster from the start and thought he would make a fine one.

    Birdology

  • Between Toyota's missteps and federal measures to help the industry, politicians are feeling even bossier than usual.

    Automakers Make Bad Safety Police

  • Black women, too, as seen as more masculine than white women: they are louder, bossier, more opinionated and, like men, more sexual and more athletic.

    ASYMMETRY IN INTERRACIAL RELATIONSHIPS » Sociological Images

  • I'm even bossier in game which comes across great being a girl too.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • Clients and art directors, knowing how easily art can now be altered, have grown bossier and more intrusive.

    Throw Out The Brushes

  • He will reappear, smugger and bossier than ever, near the end of the Tour, just when you thought you were doing rather well on your own.

    Food, Frolic, and the Fall of Rome

  • I'm even bossier in game which comes across great being a girl too.

    California Stars

  • Our condo clubhouse took on a London/Ireland theme (in association with our upcoming trip) with decor, food and beverage AND they made me Queen for the Day - I even had a crown, a scepter and a throne ... which only made me bossier.

    Archive 2005-06-01

  • Our condo clubhouse took on a London/Ireland theme (in association with our upcoming trip) with decor, food and beverage AND they made me Queen for the Day - I even had a crown, a scepter and a throne ... which only made me bossier.

    Half The Birthday, Twice The Happy

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