Hector – meaning of the word

To talk and behave towards someone in a loud and unpleasantly forceful way, especially in order to get them act or think as you want. (Cambridge Dictionary)

If you say that someone is hectoring you, you do not like the way they are trying to make you do something by bothering you and talking to you aggressively. (Collins Dictionary)

Talk to (someone) in a bullying way. (Oxford Dictionaries)

To behave in an arrogant or intimidating way to play the bully: Swagger. (Merriam – Webster)

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