[ UK /ɒbnˈɒkʃəsli/ ]
  1. in an obnoxious manner
    he said so in one of his more offensively intellectually arrogant sentences
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How To Use obnoxiously In A Sentence

  • 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.
  • He has been running his leaf blower as she revs the obnoxiously loud engine in her drag car.
  • She steps closer to him, wishing she were two feet taller so she could just bonk her fist onto his obnoxiously rectangular head.
  • Placing one arm akimbo, he laughed merrily, almost obnoxiously, and his father joined him with that deep jeering guffaw Wilfred loathed so desperately.
  • Rebecca knew it was really cold when Jimmy took a full ten minutes to warm up from slightly flat to his usual, obnoxiously sharp pitch.
  • That did not prevent some journalists from making a meal of a very few incidents while themselves clearly behaving in an obnoxiously intrusive manner or as propagandists for the unlamented Iraqi regime.
  • Meanwhile, Mr Wilkins has conceived a huge dislike for his obnoxiously efficient chief clerk, Mr Dunster, and his conveyancing business is going to the dogs.
  • 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
  • The chief reason for this appeared to be D'Amato's obnoxiously entertaining performances on the crystal bucket.
  • Work, work, work, work. On any free time, she would have the obnoxiously busy job at the coffee shop across the street from campus.
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