Blatantly aggressive or provocative; impossible to ignore or avoid: hard-boiled, in-your-face action thrillers
More example sentences
- Maxey said he will avoid in-your-face confrontation that is certain to energize amendment supporters.
- There are no ballads or melodies, just raw, heavy in-your-face aggression.
- The grille design is certainly in tune with the aggressive trends of the moment, but not as in-your-face as some.
1970s: from in your face, used as a derisive insult.
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