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pushful

Syllabification: push·ful
Pronunciation: /ˈpo͝oSHfəl
 
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Definition of pushful in English:

adjective

Arrogantly self-assertive; pushy.
Example sentences
  • It is stated that Thurlow promised to help his less pushful comrade.

Derivatives

pushfully

1
adverb
Example sentences
  • Was the interviewer really capable of conducting the interview pushfully and forthrightly?
  • He then set out on foot with 13 tables on his back dressed in 14 curtains and pushfully quoted his sales pitch to any homeless person he could find.

pushfulness

2
noun
Example sentences
  • He is lean, handsome, though the glasses lend him a calculating look; he seems restrained compared to her pushfulness.

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