Idiom:  in someone's face


Idiom:  in someone's face

  • rudely bother or annoy someone
  • trying to provoke someone to argue or fight

Example sentences

— My older sister is always in my face about doing my chores and homework.

— The next time that boy gets in your face, scream for the teacher to come but don't hit him.

— The property manager is in our face if we're even one minute over the 15-minute time limit in the temporary parking spaces in front of the building.

— I finally had to report my colleague to personnel because he continues to get in my face when we disagree.

— I was so worried someone would call the police when my boyfriend got in the cashier's face complaining about the how long it was taking.

— Watch out for Sandra. She'll get in your face and try to get you to argue with her.

— You're in my face again!  I can't talk to you when you're like this. If you want to discuss this further than come back when you calm down.

— A man got in my face today when we were arguing about a parking space so I just let him have it because I was afraid he would do something crazy.

Get our free idioms in pictures ebook

You might like these idioms

More idioms will be added in the future so check back frequently or sign-up for my free newsletter to learn about new updates to my website.

  1. Home Page
  2.  ›
  3. Idioms List
  4.  ›
  5. Idiom: in someone's face