Word of the Day (in-your-face)-28MAR21

Word of the Day (in-your-face)-28MAR21

Today’s “Word of the Day” is “in-your-face” and it is an adjective meaning “aggressive, assertive, forceful, fierce, confrontational, provocative“. 

Example Sentence: You may not have noticed, because he is not nearly as in-your-face as his predecessor, but Joe Biden is currently teaching a lesson to left and centre-left parties around the world. True, it’s one they should have learned long ago, but still they should be paying the closest attention. Because Biden is delivering a masterclass…… his political instincts remain sharply intact.

Word of the Day (in-your-face)-28MAR21

This word is present in The Guardian article Joe Biden is giving left parties the world over a masterclass in how to use power and click here to read it.

Courtesy: The Guardian

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