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He was such a pathetic pushover, he even gave up the hotel room he’s splitting with his girlfriend so she can have sex with someone she picked up at the reception, which is such a Ross move.How I Met Your Father and the Insufferable History of the Lovelorn Sitcom Dude|Eliana Dockterman|January 20, 2022|Time
Accusations of a cupcake schedule make for sensitive discourse because a handful of teams each year actually do get lucky and face a slate of pushovers.The Buffalo Bills Got The Least Bang For Their Schedule’s Buck This Season|Josh Hermsmeyer|January 7, 2022|FiveThirtyEight
It should be noted that Jackson was not a complete pushover: he put many students on report, and placed some of them in arrest.
New York Times columnist Paul Krugman has jeered at Obama as "President Pushover."How Obama is Setting the Stage for Hillary in 2016|David Frum|September 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
And no wonder they despise Obama, who they view as a weakling, a loser, and a pushover.
Assad is no pushover and is not hesitant to use force to maintain his position in power—as his brutal assault on Homs shows.Kofi Annan’s U.N. Mission Is Last-Ditch Push for Diplomacy in Syria|Bruce Jones|March 3, 2012|DAILY BEAST
How did the president, a noted card player, get pegged as a pushover?
Of course, him having been places and seen and done things, I was a pushover for him.Hookers|Richard F. Mann
But Frank Brooks wasn't full of knockout drops this time, and with a clear head he was no pushover.Deadly City|Paul W. Fairman
This takin' charge of babies ain't no sech pushover as it looks.Faro Nell and Her Friends|Alfred Henry Lewis