1. Very annoying, offensive, odious or contemptible.
2. archaic exposed to harm or injury.
3. Archaic Deserving of or liable to censure.
4. Very annoying or objectionable; offensive or odious.
5. Archaic Exposed or subject to harm, injury, or evil.
6. Very offensive; odious; hateful
7. Liable to censure; exposed to punishment; reprehensible; blameworthy.
8. Subject; liable; exposed; answerable; amenable; -- with to.
9. causing disapproval or protest
1. And all the time she sounds just like the obnoxious character from the telly show.
2. They mouth off in custody and their behaviour is obnoxious.
3. In that moment he finally shed all traces of obnoxious behaviour and became ambitious.
4. It is as if they have been designed by a particularly obnoxious quango.
5. My father considers them loud and obnoxious.
6. This was not hard given that they were extremely loud and obnoxious whilst boarding and finding their seats.
7. He doesn't appear at all obnoxious or arrogant to me.
8. The two men she worked for were brothers, both loud and obnoxious.
9. If you can't win at sport without resorting to obnoxious behaviour, it is because you lack something.
10. ‘I assume he was not aware of the fact that he was in a church and being extremely obnoxious.’
11. ‘More than just unpleasant, the obnoxious smell was stifling and suffocating.’
12. ‘Like a nasty fungus or a obnoxious flatmate, the government will expand to fill any available space.’
13. ‘Sadly the bottom line is that she spends a lot of money with us and by virtue of that we have to accept her obnoxious visits.’
14. ‘A decent living politician is one who is not actively corrupt, rude, obnoxious, vile or idiotic.’
15. ‘I find it obnoxious and frightening to see drunks in bars and on the streets.’
16. ‘It is incredibly difficult to find a high school student who isn't obnoxious.’
17. ‘The smell of cigarettes can be rather obnoxious, even in the street.’
18. ‘Last night I turned into one of those obnoxious young things on a tour, just like I vowed never to be.’
19. ‘It has become bigger and more obnoxious than the people and events themselves.’
20. ‘I picked up the fake gun and held in a particularly obnoxious woman's face.’
21. ‘I started with obnoxious colours, brown and red mainly, and worked from there.’
22. ‘His is biased, obnoxious, and arrogant but we knew that about him before the book came out.’
23. ‘I had to call each of my clerks into my office one at a time and explain how what I did actually made the obnoxious guy feel worse.’
24. ‘The water was a shade of obnoxious blue that gave the sky a run for its money.’
25. ‘We have, in this country, a generation of obnoxious, unruly, disrespectful louts.’
26. ‘Returning to her native city from Asia, she was driven home by a rude, obnoxious and deceitful driver.’
27. ‘Its puerile response to grave matters would seem obnoxious if it did not yield such irresistible jokes.’
28. ‘I could have sworn this obnoxious clause had been dropped, after widespread criticism.’
29. ‘I had a faint hope that the heat would remove that obnoxious weed ragwort from the roadsides of Cumbria.’
30. he was so obnoxious; none of the team members could stand him
Other users have misspelling obnoxious as:
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2. obnocshus 4.76%
3. obnocshis 4.76%
4. obnoxshis 4.76%
5. Other 76.2%
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