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assertive forward or aggressive in speech or action.
ballsy (vulgar slang) courageous, tough, or aggressive.
belligerence a very aggressive or hostile attitude; warlike nature. [1/2 definitions]
belligerent having or showing an eagerness to fight; aggressive; warlike. [1/4 definitions]
bluster loud and aggressive behavior or commotion. [1/5 definitions]
brandish to display in a showy or aggressive manner; flaunt. [1/3 definitions]
Brazilian wandering spider any of a family of highly venomous, quick-moving, and aggressive spiders native to the rainforests of Brazil, also known as the banana spider for the frequency with which members of this family are found in bunches of bananas.
bull1 a large, muscular, or aggressive person. [1/9 definitions]
Counter Reformation an aggressive campaign by the Roman Catholic Church in the sixteenth century that was aimed at countering the effects in Europe of the Protestant Reformation.
dove1 one who advocates peace or a policy of conciliation and opposes war or aggressive policies. (Cf. hawk1.) [1/4 definitions]
go-getter (informal) an energetic, aggressive, enterprising person.
hard sell an aggressive method or instance of selling or advertising; high-pressure salesmanship.
hawk1 (informal) an aggressive or predatory person. [1/5 definitions]
huckster (informal) an aggressive, high-pressure salesman. [1/4 definitions]
hyperaggressive combined form of aggressive.
inferiority complex a neurotic condition caused by intense feelings of inferiority or inadequacy and characterized by either extreme reserve or aggressive behavior. [1/2 definitions]
jingoism aggressive nationalism and patriotism, esp. as directed against foreign countries.
merlin a small aggressive falcon of Europe and North America. [1/2 definitions]
militant aggressive or combative in attitude or actions, esp. in defense of a cause. [1/4 definitions]
nonaggressive combined form of aggressive.
obtrusive aggressive and self-assertive, or inclined to be so. [1/3 definitions]