aggressive

Part of speech: adverb

Aggressively.

Part of speech: noun

Aggressiveness.

Part of speech:

Attacking, hostile.

Part of speech: adjective

Disposed to attack or to vigorous activity.

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Usage examples "aggressive":

  1. " Ah, pet, you are always submissive; but never aggressive: still, this is sweet. - "Not Pretty, But Precious", John Hay, et al..
  2. In the absence of evidence to the contrary the Incognitans are bound to assume that that was her intended destination, and the presence of weapons, even disarmed, will suggest that her mission was aggressive. - "The Lost Kafoozalum", Pauline Ashwell.
  3. But I, or any man in my place, would have to have solid backing here in New York; a board that would be as aggressive as a handful of rebels fighting for life, and every man of it determined to win out or smash something. - "Empire Builders", Francis Lynde.