overly-aggressive love

overly-aggressive

Definitions

Sorry, no definitions found. Check out and contribute to the discussion of this word!

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • By the time Mr. Li arrived in Gothenburg, the resulting article had set Volvo executives and directors on edge, fearing that their new owner was adopting a risky, overly-aggressive approach.

    Chinese Begin Volvo Overhaul

  • By the time Mr. Li arrived in Gothenburg, the resulting article had set Volvo executives and directors on edge, fearing that their new owner was adopting a risky, overly-aggressive approach.

    Chinese Begin Volvo Overhaul

  • He's still a clumsy, overly-aggressive politician, but at least he's getting a grip on reality.

    It is Not Helpful That the Mayor Makes Such a Statement « PubliCola

  • He also said that there have been a few "isolated" incidences of overly-aggressive campaign workers at polling stations.

    Ohio Voters Turn Out Steadily, With Only Minor Problems Reported

  • In fact, if one could make a sweeping generalization about the common sense of the average American tourist by observing their behavior around national park wildlife, one would have to reach the inevitable conclusion that we're already a nation of clueless, pushy, overly-aggressive suburban jackasses.

    Locked & Loaded in Parkland

  • An aside: Is it me or can an analogy be made that airline employees seem to have pulled a George Bush and squandered a deep well of post-9/11 sympathy through their increasingly authoritarian and overly-aggressive behavior?

    Dem Congressman Charged With Assault

  • Seventy-six died at Waco because of the overly-aggressive actions of the government under Bill Clinton.

    Obama’s Intel Services More Worried About Right-Wing Terror Than Islamists? - Warner_Todd_Huston’s blog - RedState

  • The New York Times reports that more New York Democrats are voicing their opposition to appointing Caroline Kennedy to the Senate, due to factors ranging from an overly-aggressive publicity campaign to her refusal to commit to supporting the Democratic nominee against Mike Bloomberg next year.

    NY-SEN

  • The New York Times reports that more New York Democrats are voicing their opposition to appointing Caroline Kennedy to the Senate, due to factors ranging from an overly-aggressive publicity campaign to her refusal to commit to supporting the Democratic nominee against Mike Bloomberg next year.

    Election Central Morning Roundup

  • The article, titled "Pissed About Palin," Wilson accuses Palin of being nothing more than a nice package for the worst aspects of Republic conservatism: pro-life, overly-aggressive and anti-feminist.

    Cintra Wilson: Angry Anti-Palin Rant Causes Stir

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.