aggressively


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ag·gres·sive

 (ə-grĕs′ĭv)
adj.
1. Characterized by aggression: aggressive behavior.
2. Inclined to behave in an actively hostile fashion: an aggressive regime.
3. Assertive, bold, and energetic: an aggressive sales campaign.
4. Of or relating to an investment or approach to investing that seeks above-average returns by taking above-average risks.
5. Fast growing; tending to spread quickly and invade: an aggressive tumor.
6. Characterized by or inclined toward vigorous or intensive medical treatment: an aggressive approach to treating the infection.
7. Intense or harsh, as in color.

ag·gres′sive·ly adv.
ag·gres′sive·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.aggressively - in an aggressive manneraggressively - in an aggressive manner; "she was being sharply questioned"
Translations
بِعِدَائِيَّة، بِعُدْوانِيَّه
agresivněútočně
erőszakosan
hörkulega, frekjulega
agresívne
napadalno
saldırgan bir şekilde

aggressively

[əˈgresɪvlɪ] ADV
1. (= belligerently) [behave, react] → agresivamente, de manera agresiva; [say] → con mucha agresividad
2. (= assertively) [trade, sell] → enérgicamente, con empuje; [play] → agresivamente

aggressively

[əˈgrɛsɪvli] adv
(= angrily) [act, react] → agressivement
(= forcefully) [compete, pursue] → avec dynamisme

aggressively

adv (= belligerently)aggressiv; (= forcefully)energisch; sellaggressiv

aggressively

[əˈgrɛsɪvlɪ] advaggressivamente

aggressive

(əˈgresiv) adjective
ready to attack or oppose; quarrelsome. He's a most aggressive boy – he is always fighting at school.
agˈgressively adverb
agˈgressiveness noun
agˈgression (-ʃən) noun
(a feeling of) hostility.
agˈgressor noun
(in a war etc) the party which attacks first.
References in classic literature ?
But I came all right, all right," continued the youngster, aggressively, "I can--hic--I can have my own way when I want it, by Harry--Freddie Jones is a hard man to handle when he gets goin'
May it please the court, the claim given the front place, the claim most persistently urged, the claim most strenuously and I may even say aggressively and defiantly insisted upon by the prosecution is this--that the person whose hand left the bloodstained fingerprints upon the handle of the Indian knife is the person who committed the murder.
On those rare occasions when the little resolution that he possessed was roused in him, it invariably asserted itself -like the resolution of most other weak men -- aggressively.
The Granger movement was at that time a strong political factor in the Middle West, and its blind fear of patents and "monopolies" was turned aggressively against the Bell Company.
all the soldiers who thus returned were either too old or too young; too aggressively Bonapartist, or too dissipated; in short, their several situations were out of keeping with the rank, fortune, and morals of Mademoiselle Cormon, who now grew daily more and more desperate.
You and your big game," he ejaculated, aggressively, to Burke.
But from a yet farther seat, partly concealed behind a dwarf tree golden with oranges, there rose and advanced towards the poet a person whose costume was the most aggressively opposite to his own.
Their hair was done very untidily, and they smelt aggressively of starched linen.
The Duke's beard had turned more aggressively red than ever against his ghastly white face.
When he found himself possessed of a coherent passage, he shook it at his audience almost aggressively, and then fumbled for another.
Later, at the piano, she played for him, and at him, aggressively, with the vague intent of emphasizing the impassableness of the gulf that separated them.
Pete aggressively walked up a side aisle and took seats with Maggie at a table beneath the balcony.