Related to overaggressive: overtly


Aggressive to an excessive degree.

o′ver·ag·gres′sive·ly adv.


excessively quarrelsome or belligerent
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In addition, overaggressive lawyers filing unsubstantiated claims can make even the simplest cases expensive to defend because the lender must still respond to the accusation, wasting additional time and money.
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agencies and coalition partners often consider them pushy and overaggressive.
In the short term they can justify their overaggressive actions; in the long term they will know they acted inappropriately, which can cause serious psychological damage.
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and any overaggressive enlargement and said it is comfortable with a growth level of 40% per year.