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.
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  • 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
  • Is it showing how you can help someone or the stereotype of the pushy, obnoxious sales associate selling a service or product for which you have no need?
  • The obnoxious tick of the clock clicked annoyingly over the thunder itself.
  • Finally, while this isn’t an objection specific to this line of argument, it’s worth saying one more time how obnoxious and tendentious is all this talk about the supposed rights of “foreign terrorists.” I Take Requests
  • Archie is mostly an obnoxious idiot, but all the same, he has a heart of pure gold (I prefer the Jughead character more). Poor, poor Betty, ‘the saddest girl in the world’ | Robot 6 @ Comic Book Resources – Covering Comic Book News and Entertainment
  • It is incredibly difficult to find a high school student who isn't obnoxious.
  • Both the Top Gear Tendency, which bangs on about obnoxious feminists, and the PC lobby which wants the commission to be a strident, boot-faced, politically correct thought police are now just hanging on at the fringes of public life. The Guardian World News
  • And Kuznetsova, with her dark hair and plaintive eyes and sometimes obnoxious laugh, has become a new emblem — an emblem not of suffering, but of anger with the place that Russia has become, a parallel world cordoned off from Europe and the United States that lacks drinkable tap water and a genuinely independent judiciary, and is led by a criminal regime driven by the puniest of ambitions: theft. From Russia, With Self-Loathing
  • These fires produce really obnoxious fumes and smoke.
  • Mostly I hate jet skis, those fast and noisy personal watercraft often driven by obnoxious kids whose idea of a good time is harassing fishermen or generally tearing up a quiet lake. Uncategorized Blog Posts
  • Mr. Thomson, the "curat" of Anstruther Easter, was a man highly obnoxious to the devout: in the first place, because he was a "curat"; in the second place, because he was a person of irregular and scandalous life; and in the third place, because he was generally suspected of dealings with the Enemy of Man. Across the Plains: With Other Memories and Essays
  • I find him to be obnoxious
  • And the obnoxious rantings of certain techno-utopians border on the asinine when they don't cross it. Journalism: product v process (Blog for Democracy)
  • An obnoxious, ginger-haired bully then accuses Elvis of talking to himself like a weirdo and lays into him. Weekend Weirdness Review: John Carpenter’s Elvis Starring Kurt Russell | /Film
  • Customer service at this shack included a classy belch and the most obnoxious and pushy service of the night.
  • The test was only obnoxious to sincere fanatics; but among them must have been hundreds of persons who had no criminal designs, and merely deemed it a point of honour not to "homologate" any act of a Government which was corrupt, prelatic, and unholy. A Short History of Scotland
  • We may have to listen to this obnoxious windbag for another 6 years, bloviating on the Senate floor unrestricted.
  • Strolling through the subway home, even the little hoodies hanging around don't seem as obnoxious in this weather.
  • Let us now suppose that a "blackbirder" (obnoxious name to many recruiters) from Samoa, Fiji, or Queensland, has reached one of the New The Call Of The South 1908
  • He's mendacious and obnoxious, so what accounts for his appeal?
  • I read that as a clear statement that she still holds to her transphobic views – and the subtext is as obnoxious as it is heavy-handed and unoriginal. Tonight we’re going to party like it’s 1985
  • Of all the most obnoxious, pigheaded, stupid, moronic things he could say!
  • The isles which had leagued with the Mede were strongly obnoxious to the confederates, and it was proposed to exact from them a fine; in defrayal of the expenses of the war. Athens: Its Rise and Fall, Complete
  • And the rest of the time she carped, criticized, verbally and sometimes physically abused her adopted son while fawning obnoxiously over his ‘perfect’ sister.
  • As an added bonus, since I know absolutely zilch about Bob Fosse, I could not take serious issue with the choreography like the obnoxious couple sitting next to me.
  • Reading through the obnoxious comments and childish banter of a seeming pro-drug company to anything which suggests control of dangerous substances - illegal because they are dangerous - as a parent of a young person addicted for 17 years, my first reaction to the evident "huffed" attitude and pure polemic is that I am glad that there exists an anti-drug group in this country. Giving evidence to the Chilcot inquiry, Tony Blair said: “I...
  • Even someone with his track record - and, for a tubby obnoxious slug, he has managed to shack up with some stunners - must occasionally fall at the first hurdle.
  • For instance, my high-school self — skinny, scabby, giggly, gabby, frantic to be noticed, tormented enough to be a tormentor, relentlessly pushing his cartoons and posters and noisy jokes and pseudo-sophisticated poems upon the helpless-high school — strikes me now as considerably obnoxious, though I owe him a lot: without his frantic ambition and insecurity I would not now be sitting on (as my present home was named by others) Haven Hill. john updike | march 18, 1932 – january 27, 2009 « poetry dispatch & other notes from the underground
  • We go rafting, which is fun and exciting, although the experience is slightly marred by our obnoxious German guide, who kept pulling bullshit like getting us to paddle our raft in a circle, or steering us backwards under waterfalls. Vignettes from Reid’s Visit
  • I'm sure she could take them, but I'd still feel uneasy if obnoxious dopes with ill-bred intentions were within a twenty foot distance from her.
  • She is seated alone, when her clever maid Susanna ushers in the young page Cherubino, just banished from the house because obnoxious to the jealous Count.] _Susanna_ -- Here's our young Captain, Madame. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern — Volume 4
  • The men at the bar were loud and obnoxious.
  • Being a freshman, even at a school ranked as high on some random magazine's “Top Colleges” list as Washington University in St. Louis is, is a stressful and mentally fragmenting experience for even the most obnoxiously confident of new high school graduates. Stressed-Out Frosh On Brink Of Mental Breakdown Encouraged To Live With Complete Strangers Of Questionable Habits
  • Alexander Witt who has directed this film is a competent second unit director and delivers what is expected of him - absolutely brain-dead stuff - forgive the obnoxious pun!
  • 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.
  • I wasn't sure quite what was so bothersome about it - other than the obvious obnoxiousness, of course.
  • Adding that third oxygen atom makes ozone a very pushy and highly obnoxious little molecule.
  • The “start over” refrain is obnoxious and Dems should be putting out ads with this refrain for the upcoming legislation and elections. Think Progress » VIDEO: The GOP’s Solution To Everything — Let’s ‘Start Over’
  • Snooki's extramural activities have included participation in a tag-team bout on Wrestlemania (her team won) and a minor conviction (fine, community service) for being, in the words of the judge, "rude, profane, obnoxious, and self-indulgent" on a public beach when drunk. Other Comments
  • Laboratory space, particularly hoods (the kind exhausted only by draft caused by a gas burner causing warm air to raise and take some of the obnoxious fumes through a chimney) was very scarce and even by the time I became an assistant professor it was not welcome to "pollute" more important conventional work. George A. Olah - Autobiography
  • This is especially obnoxious on a widescreen display, but there is even extra space on a regular television.
  • Andre Dice Clay lacked that "loveable" side that Cohen seems able to generate even while being obnoxious. Sacha Baron Cohen, working as a tool.
  • By all accounts, he's a bit of a loner, doesn't suffer fools gladly, is a bit of an obnoxious twerp, a shy, intelligent, social misfit.
  • Only you, like I, have most likely developed some charming personality traits that soften our surliness, and compensate for our crabbiness, allowing us to better suffer those "fools" we do not suffer so gladly, and at the same time, rendering ourselves less obnoxious to others. Dr. Judith Rich: How to Love A Curmudgeon
  • I'll usually bolt out of bed and stumble around as if drunk, in an effort to find the obnoxious noise and shut it off.
  • His hair is slicked back in that obnoxious, macho way.
  • It was an age of excess, of overweening ambition, of greed, and phoniness, and sucking up, and the glorification of strange, obnoxious, preening, uninteresting people.
  • Why is that the most obnoxious, most annoying, the most grating and jarring is the most popular?
  • Soft-spoken guitar tuner and roadie Mitch longs to be a guitar player and to have some of the perks of the obnoxious guitar idol he works for.
  • You can find many faults with Sarah Palin; she is arrogant, self-centered, egotistic, grossly dishonest, can be pompous and obnoxious, and is literally sociopathic without any conscience, to name just an obvious few. King: 'Going Rogue' reignites Palin divide, even in her hometown
  • We have, in this country, a generation of obnoxious, unruly, disrespectful louts.
  • I could have sworn this obnoxious clause had been dropped, after widespread criticism.
  • He's affable but obnoxious, well-intentioned but downright dorky.
  • I started with obnoxious colours, brown and red mainly, and worked from there.
  • The ruling class is obnoxiously greedy, despoiling our planet and exploiting the people on it with a few bare restraints provided by popular pressure over the last century.
  • Many adults automatically view teenagers as rude, obnoxious, and discourteous.
  • He takes it on himself to befriend the son of a rich shipbuilder introducing Jude Law and take over his idyllic playboy cultural lifestyle, in this gripping thriller that also stars Philip Seymour Hoffman as a rememberably obnoxious cultural toff. This Week’s MOVIEDROME | Obsessed With Film
  • I hope they either get back together or he resumes his normal obnoxious and gobby rantings soon.
  • Representing the O'Hara Foundation in Britain, improbably, is a spoiled, bratty young girl, Scarlett O'Hara (?!?), who spends most of her time being obnoxious or putting the moves on Ray, who proves to be quite the shrinking violet ( my voice-over is being done by a woman, okay? Archive 2007-11-01
  • The vibe I got off of Gary--who, note, claims to be of the Left--is the same obnoxious one that drove me away from the Left in the States, namely the sophomoric insistence on the irrelevance of seemingly superficial differences. confusion
  • A decent living politician is one who is not actively corrupt, rude, obnoxious, vile or idiotic.
  • One of the parents was a most obnoxious character. No-one liked him.
  • Geared from the start with her charm, fierce determination and a precocious vocabulary, I didn't like her, and I didn't like the character of the debouched marshal played with obnoxious magnificence by Jeff Bridges. Carol Smaldino: Examining Our Nation's True Grit: Can We Change Our Minds?
  • Safire advises, ‘an obnoxious male showoff seeking to attract females is derided as a floss or as engaged in flossing.’
  • i agree that zoe wasn't nearly as odious as I thought she would be. i guess there's "tay" in the truly obnoxious role. what's the deal with rodger? many things don't seem to fit with him / them. and zoe has shaved almost 10 years of her age. born in '62 not' 71 Pretty On The Outside
  • This whole project sounds like the most puerile, childish and willfully obnoxious cinematic venture in years.
  • There are stories about endless lunches and obnoxious quips. Times, Sunday Times
  • Because of her obnoxious attitude Chaucer makes her toothless, fat and large.
  • They were loud, brash, and obnoxious, and Tanj couldn't imagine how they'd been admitted to the auction.
  • But right now you are coming across as arrogant, self-centred and a bit obnoxious. The Sun
  • Both the Top Gear Tendency, which bangs on about obnoxious feminists, and the PC lobby which wants the commission to be a strident, boot-faced, politically correct thought police are now just hanging on at the fringes of public life," he said. Evening Standard - Home
  • We've been so desensitized by the increasing annoyingness of the Internet that we've grown completely oblivious to how absolutely obnoxious Internet advertising has become.
  • There must be some kind of gradation here in which stoats are classed as less obnoxious than weasels, although they are relatives.
  • In response, he'd been unendingly affectionate and obnoxiously good-humored. NOBODY'S BABY BUT MINE
  • In Nanxuzhou Pearl came close to taking the conventional missionary view that pictured Chinese people not as individuals but as a menacing, faceless horde, morally obnoxious and numerically overwhelming: “hard-featured, envious, curious, unsympathetic and ungracious,” as the head of U.S. Presbyterian Missions put it on a tour of the Yangtse basin, “they flock to a foreigner and close him in, like ants to a piece of bread.” PEARL BUCK IN CHINA
  • If you travel, you become more cosmopolitan and less likely to fulfil the caricature of the ‘obnoxious yank’ who is blind to other cultural values.
  • I groaned and rolled over as some obnoxious buzzing noise interrupted my nap.
  • As for your question: your desire to punish people for engaging in behaviour you find distasteful is just as obnoxious as when anyone else does it. Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » What’s Next — Dreaming of Mussolini?
  • By the laws of probability, the culprit was most likely an obnoxious American tourist.
  • A commenter would really have to persistently go out of their way to be worthless, to develop a clear pattern of being at once trite, obnoxious, brainless, and valueless in sum, having nothing at all to contribute and being distinguished from a troll solely by persistence efore graduating to Freder's persona non grata status. Now, let me be Instapundit for a while.
  • I had a faint hope that the heat would remove that obnoxious weed ragwort from the roadsides of Cumbria.
  • Lance and Wayne barged in with obnoxiously loud voices and girlish giggles.
  • We have a galaxy of ineffective and obnoxious stewards in the ground. Times, Sunday Times
  • His manner was both familiar and overbearing, a combination of haimish and obnoxious. ‘Right Time, Right Place’
  • Two layers of coutil, one fashion layers of obnoxious satin fabric. WordPress.com News
  • This was not hard given that they were extremely loud and obnoxious whilst boarding and finding their seats. Times, Sunday Times
  • I assume he was not aware of the fact that he was in a church and being extremely obnoxious.
  • Some of his colleagues say that he's loud and obnoxious.
  • London, and was considered as offending against the six articles, and was taken to the Tower, and put upon the rack — probably because it was hoped that she might, in her agony, criminate some obnoxious persons; if falsely, so much the better. A Child's History of England
  • Sure, she could be a rude, obnoxious, pushy, bossy woman most of the time, but I also had to admit that she had the heart of a lion.
  • I picked up the fake gun and held in a particularly obnoxious woman's face.
  • With a similar obnoxious edge to Beyonce's infamous 'if you like it than you should have put a ring on it' lyric, it will either hit a big red 'repel' button or go straight in as your song of the year. Irish Blogs
  • It was charmless, obnoxious, aggressive, misogynistic, adolescent ultraviolence. Times, Sunday Times
  • The same couple lived there for years, raising their kids in the sprawling brick ranch with the obnoxious avocado green trim.
  • The spirit of reform had driven those, who so violently felt its influence, into many usages that, to say the least, were quite as ungracious to the imagination, as the customs they termed idolatrous were obnoxious to the attacks of their own unaccommodating theories. The Wept of Wish-Ton-Wish
  • Its obnoxious because it is distracting and also bitting your lip and shifting your hair is not acting, ugh Kristen Stewart's bottom lip = tasty. | EW.com
  • Doesn't he look like the most obnoxious, jumped-up school sports team leader of your youth?
  • This whole project sounds like the most puerile, childish and willfully obnoxious cinematic venture in years.
  • When she's in a bad mood she's obnoxious to everyone.
  • She's pushy, arrogant, obnoxious, unbelievably abrasive, and not nearly as cute as she thinks she is.
  • For the holidays they also had a bandstand from which to play obnoxiously loud music, beer drinking tents all along the peripheries, with intermingled shooting booths and other such things carnival attractions. 3 Small Town Evenings « Unknowing
  • The chief reason for this appeared to be D'Amato's obnoxiously entertaining performances on the crystal bucket.
  • It has become bigger and more obnoxious than the people and events themselves.
  • How can they expect anyone to sleep, anyway, when that whuffing geezer of a night nurse pops in every half-hour or so, and floods the room with obnoxious light.
  • Parents who are overly permissive, who give in to obnoxious or demanding children, are letting them know that bullying pays off.
  • He doesn't appear at all obnoxious or arrogant to me. Times, Sunday Times
  • And he believes that somehow it entitles him to being an obnoxious jackass.
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  • But tsetses are not the only dipteran foes of zebra and, since they are rarely found in the meadows of Hungary, Dr Horvath plumped for studying an almost equally obnoxious alternative: the horsefly. The Economist: Daily news and views
  • She herself enjoys a few moments of heightened sexual pleasure, and she enthusiastically mauls a couple of obnoxious idiots.
  • HABITUÉS of Sydney's varied night life have long been aware that the main hazards in the bars and clubs are not the exotic concoctions on sale, but the obstructive and obnoxious bouncers on every door.
  • And what I found was that the people who were criticizing him were being just as shrill and obnoxious as he was being onstage at the Oscars.
  • Our Supreme Court's elimination-of-bias continuing education requirement is utterly ill-founded and obnoxious.
  • He looked toward the door and cleared his throat obnoxiously, as if someone had missed his or her cue to enter.
  • Then there's probably some sort of Attractive New Girl who is also superficial and popularity-driven, but in a way that's slightly less obnoxious and unlikeable, which is why we're supposed to empathize with her. Alex Blagg: My Review Of The OC Creator's New Show Gossip Girl, Which I Did Not Watch
  • She really wanted to know what happened but she didn't want to seem so obnoxious and pushy about it.
  • There are stories about endless lunches and obnoxious quips. Times, Sunday Times
  • Italians reluctant converts to the opinion of the Englishman, that the lugger was the dreaded and obnoxious Feu-Follet. The Wing-and-Wing Le Feu-Follet
  • A large raven sat perched upon the fence and gave a loud, obnoxious caw.
  • The great sanhedrim issued out a proclamation, strictly charging and requiring that if any person in city or country knew where he was (pretending that he was a criminal, and had fled from justice) they should show it, that he might be taken, probably promising a reward to any that would discover him, and imposing a penalty on such as harboured him; so that hereby he was represented to the people as an obnoxious dangerous man, an outlaw, whom any one might have a blow at. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume V (Matthew to John)
  • I bowed, took my stuff and headed into the school, shoes squishing and squeaking obnoxiously against the tile floor in the building, ignoring the odd looks I was receiving.
  • It was his obnoxious son, Mark Junior, who stood behind the ten-foot desk, apparently carved out of a single block of onyx. MISS MELVILLE REGRETS
  • If you can't win at sport without resorting to obnoxious behaviour, it is because you lack something. Times, Sunday Times
  • Murphy's character flip-flops between obnoxious clown and likable nebbish, failing to ever find an appropriate balance.
  • How do you deal with obnoxious behavior, misbehaving in public or just been problematical? SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles - Part 644
  • The opening scene, where he magically inflates an obnoxious relative, could be right out of James and the Giant Peach.
  • I mean, everyone I talk to thinks I'm a nerdy loser or a gross loser or an obnoxious loser.
  • Several other residents present have described the governors' behaviour as ‘obnoxious’, and some were reduced to tears.
  • Robert Crumb he isn't, but that's too bad because watching this obnoxious bore becomes tedious long before the film's 77 minutes run out.
  • A modern tourist, in "A Morning's Walk from London to Kew," characterizes the new palace as "the _Bastile palace_, from its resemblance to that building, so obnoxious to freedom and freemen. The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 10, No. 275, September 29, 1827
  • He was allegedly involved in a match-fixing scandal in Sri Lanka, pilloried by the media for making obnoxious calls to a member of the opposite sex in England.
  • All around us are foul-mouthed obnoxious children like my son.
  • After the obnoxious announcer, who clearly wished he had been bestowed with the honour of actually being counted as a storyteller and not simply the emcee, I was not in a mood most receptive to storytelling.
  • When people act obnoxiously and unfairly, I should blame and damn them and see them as bad, wicked, or rotten individuals.
  • My father considers them loud and obnoxious. The Sun
  • Her cuteness is supposed to be obnoxious, which makes her an obstacle for the main character. Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » Featured: Which female characters are the most awful and why? Who’s awesome?
  • On the other hand, some software excise tasks are as obnoxious as fixing a flat tire.
  • By all accounts, she's an obnoxious and demanding spoilt brat. MEDALON
  • The cool thing about it, besides the fact that I don't need a harassingly obnoxious alarm clock -- which I never know how to accurately program anyway -- to haul my ass out of bed, is that I get to start my day before the whole city becomes alive and turns on frenzy mode. Gayired.com - Gay OnLine Community for Entertainment and Daily News
  • Charge your iPod while you sleep, and awaken to your favorite B sides instead of that obnoxious buzzer.
  • He becomes obnoxious, repetitive, boring, tedious.
  • Adding that third oxygen atom makes ozone a very pushy and highly obnoxious little molecule.
  • I started with obnoxious colours, brown and red mainly, and worked from there.
  • I can speak for all A&R people when I say, nobody minds getting an email, but people can be obnoxious - emailing everyday, and such.
  • My seats were in the right field bleachers, notoriously the most profane, obnoxious and uproarious section in Yankee Stadium, if not in all of baseball.
  • He was ignorant, and obnoxious, but you still couldn't help but feel sorry for him.
  • It should also be brought to mind, that cholera asphyxia is not a new disease to these natives, but seems to be, in many places, almost endemical, whilst it is well known that strangers, in such circumstances, become more obnoxious to the disease than the inhabitants of the country. Letters on the Cholera Morbus. Containing ample evidence that this disease, under whatever name known, cannot be transmitted from the persons of those labouring under it to other individuals, by contact—through the medium of inanimate substances—or throug
  • The dealers are a mixed bunch, one of whom has clearly been chosen because he is so spectacularly obnoxious. Times, Sunday Times
  • If the clarity is that bad your going to wnat to use something that is brightly colored and obnoxiously loud. There is a lake near my house that is full of walleye, 2 lb. + crappie and large mouth bass.
  • The two men she worked for were brothers, both loud and obnoxious. Christianity Today
  • Look, if every powerful, semi-obnoxious, egotistical kazillionaire gives much of his kazillions away to charity, the world will be a much better place.
  • The funniest thing I ever read about Uday and Qusay Hussein was that the guy who betrayed their final hideout was also the host who'd catered to their every iron whim – and that he finally grassed them up because they were obnoxious, demanding, entitled little brats. The Devil's Double and more movies on the megalomaniacal
  • His is biased, obnoxious, and arrogant but we knew that about him before the book came out.
  • Regardless of the obnoxious vox, The Rapture rocked OK.
  • But he did it with a trademark smarm and overpowering obnoxiousness that left Giblets coming back for more!
  • This was not hard given that they were extremely loud and obnoxious whilst boarding and finding their seats. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is as if they have been designed by a particularly obnoxious quango. Times, Sunday Times
  • You know you're watching a bad zombie film when the zombies are peripheral to the sexy outfits, time-and-space-defying stunts, and deliriously obnoxious soundtrack.
  • It sounded more like an obnoxious cackle than a real laugh.
  • They lost tonight by a walloping score of 14-8, to the team with the nastiest, most obnoxious coach ever.
  • But the main contribution made by Barclays 'largesse seems to be one of nomination - the sections of actual cyclepath (those blue strips) are obnoxiously prominent when one encounters them, but fairly rare in the network as a whole. Mute magazine - culture and politics after the net
  • The Farrelly Brothers are masters of the gross out comedy, but this effort is simply obnoxious and unfunny as it takes cheap shots at race, midgets, albinos and mental illness, along with the usual lavatory humour.
  • Perhaps we should start watching The Hills – by the look of it it features more per capita obnoxiousness than a shedful of Lohans. Olsen Twins Write Book That No Sensible Human Will Read
  • Over the course of the film, she evolves from slightly shy, awkward schoolmarm to a spitfire who can dish it right back to Howard even when he is at his loudest and most obnoxious, and Zellweger hits every note.
  • They stayed absolutely still, but somehow managed to make those obnoxious floorboards creak.
  • An acquaintance, previewing this film in one of its festival showcases, wrote it off as ‘just another obnoxious sexed-up teen comedy, with subtitles.’
  • Aside from the obnoxious use of "tweeze" and the clearly inaccurate characterization of Women's Space being "committed to a level of diversity found on few white, nondisabled feminist blogs" I stand by my rationale. Eyes on whose prize, part 2
  • Although regularly pilloried by the press as an obnoxious loudmouth, he is, nonetheless, an effective politician.
  • Placebo's love affair with the British music press screeched to a halt in mid-2000 when the NME penned a scathing feature accusing the singer of being arrogant, difficult, unapproachable, obnoxious and deluded.
  • Like a nasty fungus or a obnoxious flatmate, the government will expand to fill any available space.
  • They are SIGNIFICANTly obnoxious, HIGH-RANKING when it comes to ignorance; DOMINANT – yes – in sarcasm and hate; LEADING in Stupidity; IMPORTANT when it comes to saying NO; POWERFUL within their own FAR-RIGHT noRIGHT jurisdiction and last but not least, PROMINENT in a way that shows just how much they are ALL OF THE ABOVE!!! Poll: Limbaugh most influential conservative, say Americans
  • He has a kind of winsome smile and frequently jogs around the set, running from one side of the lawn to the other, and it doesn't feel like the obnoxiousness of a fidgety adult but the buoyancy of a wide-eyed kid. The House Next Door
  • However, sometimes , the most obnoxious volunteer to sacrifice themselves out of unanticipated generosity.
  • Sure, numbskulls still permeate every stadium, and the larger the following and the more successful a club become, the bigger the proportion of obnoxious fans.
  • I reduced the complaint department's diazepam dosage by half; she seems perkier, and is being much more obnoxious, talkative, and pushy than she had been. still more puppy fix
  • More than just unpleasant, the obnoxious smell was stifling and suffocating.
  • The Redskins and Orioles have been ruined by the blights of modern sports: unsentimentality, overreliance on free agents, and obnoxious rich owners.
  • I find it obnoxious and frightening to see drunks in bars and on the streets.
  • Nothing is more obnoxious to a business guy than asking a question about OSS Project X version 2.2 and being told "Why are you still using 2.2, lolz?"
  • The valor too and unsubmitting spirit of subjects only render them more obnoxious to their masters; while remoteness and secrecy of situation itself, in proportion as it conduces to security, tends to inspire suspicion. The Germany and the Agricola of Tacitus
  • This is kind of facile (and not a little bit peurile), but I used to select the wider blades of grass that I could find, and pinch them between the balls of my hands (paddy part at the bottom of the thumb) and the tips of my thumbs, and when you blow through the resulting gap with the grass blade, it made a very obnoxious, honky kind of sound, in the same general sonic family as listening to Mr. Punch speak through the swazzle. Make A Willow Whistle | Lifehacker Australia
  • They mouth off in custody and their behaviour is obnoxious. Times, Sunday Times
  • The second one is that the relatively exiguous constraints on some obnoxious weapons are useless when an occupying power decides that it is at war with a population.
  • Work, work, work, work. On any free time, she would have the obnoxiously busy job at the coffee shop across the street from campus.
  • The chief reason for this appeared to be D'Amato's obnoxiously entertaining performances on the crystal bucket.
  • To maintain the obnoxious claim that only "your" version of divinity is real and everybody else's experience of God is delusionary only disses other people and pisses them off. Friendly religious questions for Christians and other monotheists
  • There's that obnoxious colored yellow tape around their backyard, all over, taping it off.
  • You are not very good at what you do, and I will enjoy your rebuttle of obnoxious spatter that you send my way. Anti-Deer-Hunting Billboard Goes Up in Kansas City
  • Vigilant and obnoxiously interfering, the policeman has a long and curiously curved beak, designed for probing into the affairs of crabs, and unless the "hatter" has hastily stopped the mouth of its shaft with My Tropic Isle
  • No subject is taboo, and there is no subject so gross, so obnoxious, so embarrassing, it cannot be paraded in front of everyone.
  • The professor was a real Jekyll and Hyde - sometimes kind and charming, and at other times rude and obnoxious.

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