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See also: in your face


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in-your-face (comparative more in-your-face, superlative most in-your-face)

  1. aggressively or blatantly confrontational
    • 2013 Nov 7, Jewly Wright, "K.T. Oslin: The Cream Interview" Nashville Scene.
      It's sexual but not quite so in-your-face. It's a different deal. For me to try to stand up there and say "I'm going to wear hair extensions and long fingernails and show a lot of skin, and then I'll sing about crying"... [laughs heartily] that wouldn't have worked.

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