[ UK /ɐɡɹˈɛsɪvli/ ]
[ US /əˈɡɹɛsɪvɫi/ ]
  1. in an aggressive manner
    she was being sharply questioned
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How To Use aggressively In A Sentence

  • They can't say conclusively he's not alive, and the presumption is they must aggressively pursue every avenue of this case. Scott Speicher
  • Still, for the medium term, either the government needs to scutinize refinery activity much more closely, adopt new regulatory authority and aggressively enforce antitrust laws, or it must intervene to deconcentrate the market. Robert Weissman: What To Do About the Price of Oil
  • Save aggressively over the next five years so she has the choice to work as an independent consultant, if she desires.
  • Poor messaging isn't the only possible cause for the increase in denial: politicians — mostly on the right — have aggressively pushed the climate-change-is-a-hoax trope.
  • It was one of the largest superlocal co-op chains of grain silos in the Midwest and aggressively tried new ventures, from raising hogs to processing soybeans for food.
  • The federal government has been aggressively promoting bilingualism in the public service since the 1960s. Globe and Mail
  • Coronet Foods has been aggressively investigating and taking corrective action.
  • We were driving most unaggressively across a small plaza, with a driver and a friend on the box beside him to help keep us from harm, when a trolley-car came wildly round a corner at the speed of at least two miles an hour and crossed our track. Familiar Spanish Travels
  • Her chin was thrust forward aggressively.
  • But in the longer term there are supportive arguments for not aggressively underweighting the sector.
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