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- adv. In an obnoxious manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an obnoxious manner; reprehensibly; offensively; odiously.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an obnoxious manner
Mickey Kaus); (b) insist in obnoxiously condescending fashion that Mom and Dad are equally wrong (e.g.,
When our spouse, co-worker, or friend is busy on their phone, checking email, or being "obnoxiously" plugged in, we often get annoyed.
And slithering under the current of the breeze, I smelled the floral, obnoxiously clean scent of fabric softener.
I need someone to analyze my baby's vomit with for an obnoxiously long time.
Americans may, at times, be obnoxiously self-righteous, but America's leaders, like China's, know exactly which side their bread is buttered on.
Atheists, particularly ones with the unmitigated gall to waltz into a thread and describe themselves as moral and altruistic, many times show they can be as obnoxiously self-righteous as the most irritating front-pew show-Christians around.
Are now admitting your oblique comment about people who "… can be as obnoxiously self-righteous as the most irritating front-pew show-Christians around" was a direct reference to your opinion of me?
I still remember an event that occurred on the carretera in Ajijic a few years ago when a young local man with his young wife and children in tow was tailgating obnoxiously (as I saw it) me as I intended to turn left into the PEMEX station there.
We kept waving, obnoxiously, trying to get his attention and then he stepped to the side and looked behind him, assuming we were trying to flag down someone else.
On this particular over-cappucinoed and slightly xanax-induced morning I want to listen to some music in my new noise-canceling obnoxiously packaged but oh-so amazing Bose headphones.
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