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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishobnoxiousob‧nox‧ious /əbˈnɒkʃəs $ -ˈnɑːk-/ adjective  UNPLEASANTvery offensive, unpleasant, or rude She’s really obnoxious. an obnoxious idea obnoxious odoursobnoxiously adverbobnoxiousness noun [uncountable]
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obnoxiousAnd, and, oh, he was just obnoxious.I have been in restaurants where the human customers have been loud, rude and obnoxious.The slime they exude is obnoxious and slippery, and has the stench of rotting fish.Once formed, the joints were internally sealed with pitch to prevent the escape of any obnoxious gases or liquids.Eddie is an obnoxious, insecure creep.And she had this really, really obnoxious look on her face.obnoxious sewage smellsThey were more often obnoxious than not, impatient with me because my services had been essentially imposed upon them.This was particularly obnoxious to the truculent Arista.
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