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in-your-face

Definition of in-your-face in English:

informal Blatantly aggressive or provocative; impossible to ignore or avoid: an in-your-face advertising campaign
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  • There are no ballads or melodies, just raw, heavy in-your-face aggression.
  • Maxey said he will avoid in-your-face confrontation that is certain to energize amendment supporters.
  • I have to say, she has run a very feisty, in-your-face campaign.
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