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offensively self-assured or given to exercising usually unwarranted power

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My keepers say that I am the bossiest of the group!
New Delhi, Mar 18 (ANI): Salma Hayek insists that her one-year-old daughter is the bossiest toddler she has ever met.
The diminutive Rachel Cartwright is the bossiest Billy, or should that be nanny, playing the youngest and smartest goat gruff.
Bus drivers are the bossiest of road users, according to a new study of driving habits.
IT is the job interview that nightmares are made of - a 12-week crash course in humiliation accompanied by the bossiest, worst dregs of humanity the BBC's considerable research teamcould find.
Naturally, if one belongs to thirty-two organizations with a finger in every pie, a person might be known as the "Bossiest Woman in the World" and maybe she was.
Wife number one, and the bossiest, is supply teacher Barbara (Jeanne Tripplehorn).
But even though he's the smallest, he's the bossiest."
apprentice, he could already ride everything in the yard, from my children's dodgy three-day event ponies to the bossiest colt and the bitchiest filly.
She can really split your eardrums." Mum adds: "Jannat is the naughtier one, but Zainab is bossiest." Their sleeping and feeding patterns are different too.
Manly purveyors of the bossiest of boss (punk) rock in the late '70s, these guys are back at it again.
It is ironic that the gated classical-colonial estates of 1990s 'New Urbanists' have the bossiest and least democratic of all planning policies, but succeed most in the supposedly liberal USA: apparently, it is the actual built quality of the city that determines its success; but how one misses that mid-century vision and excitement today.
The bossiest and most repressed, she holds herself responsible for keeping the family solvent and respectable.
Adults can ask young students to draw on their own theories of power--the person who is strongest, loudest, bossiest, or the person chosen by someone even more powerful--to debate these issues.
Not only is he the loudest, the bossiest, and seems always to have the most spittle on his lips, but he also has been dead wrong about virtually everything, from the state of the economy to who would win the election.