The child in the womb of a mother on aggressive medical support has the odds stacked against them.
The opposition alliance, Mesa de la Unidad, has put forward an aggressive plan to defend the votes.
Khartoum is aggressive and influential and it was insisting that the referendum will not take place.
“The FCC mandated the most aggressive build-out in the history of telecommunications,” Falcone said.
The aggressive use of executive orders to achieve a bold agenda stymied by Congress?
The voice in which he made this threat was gruff and aggressive.
They were nearly all armed with guns, not for aggressive warfare, but for hunting and protection.
It was a fat, good-natured voice, but even in that one word the cockney accent was aggressive and unmistakable.
"We'll show that he did the work at that price," was the aggressive answer.
At all events, the protagonists were somewhat loth to utilise the dirigible upon an elaborate scale or in an aggressive manner.
aggressive ag·gres·sive (ə-grěs'ĭv)
Inclined to behave in a hostile fashion.
Tending to spread quickly, as a tumor; fast-growing.