1. bossy

adjective. ['ˈbɔsi'] offensively self-assured or given to exercising usually unwarranted power.


  • dominating
  • domineering
  • high-and-mighty
  • peremptory
  • magisterial


  • democratic
  • subordinate
  • low
  • modest

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Rhymes with Bossy

  • licausi
  • denosse
  • delacy
  • glossy
  • flossie
  • saucy
  • rossie
  • rossi
  • fausey
  • fauci
  • dawsey
  • bossie
  • aussie

Sentences with bossy

1. Noun, singular or mass
Just be careful not to come off as bossy or know-it-all.

2. Adjective
Or is she just getting bossy right now?

Quotes about bossy

1. Listen, I'm bossy. I can't help it. It's who I am and what I do. I'm pushy and I like to take over. But I'm going to work really hard not to do so much and your going to try and accept me the way I am. Flaws and all. Because I'm good in bed and I can carry heavy things and reach all the high shelves.
- Lauren Dane, Coming Undone

2. It's easy to like someone from a distance. But when she stopped being this amazing unattainable thing or whatever, and started being, like, just a regular girl with a weird relationship with food and frequent crankiness wh's kind of bossy--then I had to basically start liking a whole different person.
- John Green