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- adv. In an offensive manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- By way of invasion or unprovoked attack; aggressively.
- In an offensive or displeasing manner; displeasingly; unpleasantly; disagreeably.
- Injuriously; mischievously.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an obnoxious manner
- adv. in an aggressive manner
- adv. in an unpleasantly offensive manner
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East Carolina has scored a lot of points this season (37 per game), but the Pirates are actually just average offensively from a compensated yards per play perspective (5.8 yards per play has come against teams that would combine to allow 5.8 yppl to an average team).
The talent, particularly offensively, is there to make a big jump in the league standings.
The Giants were so thin offensively that manager Bruce Bochy ended up giving Mr. Average the starting job for the postseason.
“You can almost call it offensively and defensively.”
Nashville came in offensively challenged after managing just 22 goals over the past 13 games and going 2-2-1 over the past five.
` ` When we contribute and chip in offensively, it makes things so much easier for everyone else. ''
` ` To be counted on offensively is a real treat for me, '' Cooke said.
The Kings had it going offensively from the start, outscoring Minnesota 36-27 in a fast-paced opening quarter.
` ` I try to play an all-around game and chip in offensively when I can.
` ` Anything Ben Wallace gives us offensively is a bonus, '' Myers said.