In-your-face meaning

ĭn'yo͝or'fās', -yôr'-, -yər-
The definition of in your face is bold or confrontational.

A intense game of football where players are constantly being thrown to the ground is an example of a game that is in your face.

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Marked by or done in a bold, defiant, or aggressive manner.

In-your-face advertising; an in-your-face challenge to authority.

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Done, expressed, or presented in a bold, direct, and often aggressive way; confrontational, assertive, daring, etc.

An in-your-face conversational manner.

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(idiomatic) An exclamation of derision and contempt.

I got picked for the cheerleading squad, and YOU didn't. In your face!

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