Presidents like Teddy Roosevelt and Lyndon Johnson wore their aggressiveness as a badge of honor.
And the Gulf is just one front with Iran while on others increasing Iranian aggressiveness worries U.S. military commanders.
It serves us well in our home city, but perhaps gives us an unwanted air of paranoia and aggressiveness in, say, Hailey, Idaho.
Nothing compares to the lack of transparency, and the aggressiveness of this administration.
The percept has an aggressiveness which does not belong to the image.
His boldness and aggressiveness were unique in the history of Indian warfare.
Nevertheless, while he had gained in diplomacy, he had relaxed no whit in aggressiveness.
Now her stinging tongue was dumb, and there was no aggressiveness in her manner.
There was aggressiveness about the engines and the smell of the raw cotton.
Madame's husband instantly showed a diminution of aggressiveness.
aggressive ag·gres·sive (ə-grěs'ĭv)
Inclined to behave in a hostile fashion.
Tending to spread quickly, as a tumor; fast-growing.