Mansplain is a man explaining something "needlessly, overbearingly
, or condescendingly, especially to a woman, in a manner thought to reveal a patronising attitude".
In fact, Indians were hand in gloves with former President Hamid Karzai, who was spiritedly berthing the Indians overbearingly
powerfully in his state structure, while keeping the shrill on noisily that Pakistan was supporting the Taliban.
The Michelin type service is refined but not overbearingly
The persistent pay gap is often not down to individual employers acting in a discriminatory manner; major issues include the burden of childcare and other family matters, which continue to fall overbearingly
on women; and occupational segregation, with trades in which women predominate less valued by society than traditionally male jobs.
He says it was hot enough to tantalise the tastebuds but not overbearingly
so - but I did notice he asked for water afterwards that was supplied with no charge.
1 - It's a start for Bradley - and a first point under his reign - but it's not about to get any easier any time soon While there was plenty of good will to the new man in his first home game, the need for points to climb the table is overbearingly
If the scenic concept was overbearingly
clear, the staging's dramatic focus often seemed blurred.
Rather than yesteryear's preoccupation with winning an ideological contest, Russia's motivation for today's engagements in Africa is overbearingly
Drinking coffee out of a plastic cup going squishy with the heat is one bad thing, but the overbearingly
sweet and horribly bitter taste of a drink which was almost unrecognisable as coffee was too extreme for my palate.
It remains a great show, and after three months of The Voice coaches being overbearingly
nice to average singers, Cowell's home truths are refreshing.
Its very fetishisation in 'town', then, could be read (by both me and ni-Vanuatu) as evidence of cosmological destabilisation; the invisible becoming threateningly or overbearingly
I have a hard time not overbearingly
hugging and kissing them,'' said Chad Fellows, as he watched them lean into each other to whisper during Sophie's group therapy.