in-your-face in-your-face

Definition(s):

  • (adj) blatantly aggressive

Usage(s):

  1. With its in-your-face style and endless thirst for thrills, Japan's new generation wants to transform the nation.
  2. Pulp Fiction: Tarantino's movies are smartly intoxicating cocktails of rampage and meditation; they're in-your-face, with a mac-10 machine pistol and a quote from the Old Testament.
  3. Now it's full on, 247, in-your-face China, China, China.

News

  • Future of 3D TV dims as ESPN yanks in-your-face channel

    TV sports in 3D was supposed to be a slam dunk, but viewers never got the picture. And, then there were those stupid-looking glasses, too.This week, ESPN acknowledged the future for in-your-face screen action looks dim when it announced it was pulling the plug on ESPN 3D, almost three years after launching it with considerable fanfare.“I would say the 3D network was dead on arrival,” said David ...
    on June 14, 2013     Source: NBC NEWS

Quotes

  • "You probably don't get there by having an overt, in-your-face fight with classroom teachers," Bayh said. "That's going to take a lot of political capital and divert energy from other things."
    on Dec 7, 2008 By: Evan Bayh Source: International Herald Tribune

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