Aggressively - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |əˈɡresɪvli|  American pronunciation of the word aggressively
Brit.  |əˈɡrɛsɪvli|  British pronunciation of the word aggressively

adverb

- in an aggressive manner (syn: sharply)

Examples

He started to get aggressive and began to shout.

an aggressive lawyer whose tactics have made people angry

The team plays a very aggressive style of defense.

The company took aggressive steps to prevent illegal use of their equipment.

The publisher has been very aggressive in promoting the book.

The city began an aggressive campaign to encourage recycling.

These products are being aggressively marketed to teenagers through television ads.

...the left wing has lost considerable influence in the party, which is now aggressively courting political moderates...

...a salesman whose aggressively outgoing personality could sometimes be overbearing...

The salesman is aggressively pushing the new computer model.

She jutted her chin out aggressively as she glowered back at him.

...a university that aggressively recruits a student body of diverse ethnicities...

The salesman is aggressively pushing the new computer model

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