• WordNet 3.6
    • adj pushy marked by aggressive ambition and energy and initiative "an aggressive young executive","a pushful insurance agent"
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In literature:

Then she considered calling Stone Aimes, but she decided that would seem pushy.
"Syndrome" by Thomas Hoover

In news:

Pushy, that is, as in pushing your tester into the hay in several places each time you check moisture.
Instructor preaches a pushy start.
Moorer Proves Pushy Outside of Ring, Too.
5 Ways to Handle Pushy Debt Collectors.
How to Handle Pushy Customers.
Pushy Pageant Mom Bleaches Her Children's Teeth.
Hungry after Miami, defense, recast attack too pushy for Bengals.
Not too long ago I wrote a blog about my dealings with a car dealership where the salesman was way too pushy for my liking.
Here are some useful salary negotiations techniques that can help you get what you want without seeming pushy or tactless.
Cheap, upbeat, but very pushy.
Today's Olympic curlers are men and women of the people, not pampered athletes from affluent backgrounds and pushy parents like many of the most popular sports.
She was pushy, bossy, whiny and seemed generally unpleasant to her staffers during much of the first and second episode.
Everyone's favorite country superstar played along with pushy TMZ interviewers recently as they prodded her about her purchase.
The "pushy" approach to selling is to try to manipulate the customer into saying yes to something they aren't sure they want.
Yes, we're saying you're being pushy and uncompromising.