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Officious GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Definition of Officious as a GRE Vocabulary Flashcard also found in 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam with illustrations and synonyms and antonyms for advanced learners of English

/əˈfɪʃ.əs/ (adj)

Definition

meddlesome and too helpful, intrusive, bossy, overbearing, interfering, eager, overzealous, pushy, unwanted, self-important, bumptious, unofficial, domineering, opinionated, bureaucratic

Example

In all cases, meddling is different from advice in that it is unwelcomed, counter-productive, and the officious person giving it often takes your response to the unsolicited advice personally. Because even some of the most important people in our lives can be meddlers, it’s important to navigate these relationships in a way that leaves the meddler with a clear message and you feeling you have set appropriate boundaries.

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Antonyms

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Parts of speech

Noun: officiousness

Adverb: officiously

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