How to Pronounce bossy?

Correct pronunciation for the word "bossy" is [bˈɒsi], [bˈɒsi], [b_ˈɒ_s_i].

"Bossy" in context

Bossy is a common word used to describe someone with a commanding presence. It is usually used to describe someone who is dominant and controlling; someone who is not afraid to take charge and make decisions. They may not always make these decisions in the most diplomatic way and can often be seen as bossy or pushy, but it is important to note that not all bossy people are necessarily bad.

Bossy people can be very good leaders. They are usually decisive and assertive, two very important qualities for someone in a leadership or managerial role. They will make clear and rational decisions quickly, helping to keep a business or organization running smoothly.

Usage over time for bossy:

This graph shows how "bossy" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

12 words made out of letters BOSSY

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