[ US /ɑbˈnɑkʃəs/ ]
[ UK /ɒbnˈɒkʃəs/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. causing disapproval or protest
    a vulgar and objectionable person
    a vulgar and objectionable person
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How To Use obnoxious In A Sentence

  • Damien writhed in anger as he stood penned in the bus shelter like an animal, with this herd of obnoxious Cockneys.
  • By himself becoming a Hindu and a sannyasin, he has challenged the obnoxious caste system.
  • Returning to her native city from Asia, she was driven home by a rude, obnoxious and deceitful driver.
  • While some consider giant salvinia to be an attractive aquatic plant, this free-floating fern is also an obnoxious invader that's sometimes referred to as ‘the world's worst water weed.’
  • There's no doubt that email can bring out the abusiveness and obnoxiousness in some people, but it's still useful to know how people feel.
  • We have no fur babies which makes us totes sad but our dwelling space doesn't allow for them, only for obnoxious neighbors.
  • Because, and believe me I know whereof I speak, the world is "full" of people who think they have the right to be obnoxious about your parenting choices.
  • And all the time she sounds just like the obnoxious character from the telly show. The Sun
  • The smell of cigarettes can be rather obnoxious, even in the street.
  • There are stories about endless lunches and obnoxious quips. Times, Sunday Times
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