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bossy

1. in dog conformation, used to describe overdevelopment of the shoulder muscles.
2. vernacular pet name for a cow.
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In 1997, the Chicago Sun-Times named Bossy their "Retail Broker of the Year.
Can you even imagine a male elected official being described as bossy, no matter how overbearing he might be?
The campaign video says: "Girls are less interested in leadership than boys because they worry about being called bossy.
But, personally, I think there's a lot to be said for bossy birds, especially bossy elderly birds.
Bossy realize she needed to ask more questions and be open to learning.
Karen Lee Cooper told Brisbane police the argument about the rock star was the last straw in a long history of bossy behaviour by her husband.
The witty takes on hard-to-deal-with personality traits, humanized through alliterative names such as Gertrude Grudge, Bob Bossy, and Larry Lazy.
Ruth Ohi, the award-winning illustrator of over 40 children's books, has created two new picture books, Clara and the Bossy and The Couch Was a Castle featuring guinea pig characters and aimed at primary aged children.
Perhaps too bossy to be a damsel in distress (she's a Cladwell, after all), Lohman gets a power-hungry little gleam in her eye when she finally gets to lead the rebellion.
But, at the same time, it was neither overbearing nor bossy.
Car bays are defined with blocks of colour rather than the usual bossy lines.
The straight talking Scouser certainly looks the part for her role as a bossy pantomime witch in these floor length scarlet robes.