from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Not obnoxious.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- To present participles which come from intransitive verbs, or are themselves employed as adjectives, to mark the absence of the activity, disposition, or condition implied by the participle
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not liable; not subject; not exposed.
- Not obnoxious; not offensive or hateful.
First of all he knows everything in an unobnoxious way.
Perhaps advertising actually can be informative, unobnoxious, and useful.
Google has firmly established that relevant, useful, and unobnoxious advertising can be stunningly lucrative.
The best advertising is unobnoxious, relevant, and useful.
Neither was he afterwards in himself, on his own account, unobnoxious unto its curse merely because he was innocent, but also because he was every way above the law itself, and all its force.
Emperor had frightened the Grävenitz off that track -- it remained to devise some other scheme whereby the Duchess could be rendered unobnoxious.
Ferrars was unobnoxious politically and personally.
These twelve to be unobnoxious to the party or parties concerned; their peers; and previously unbiased touching the matter at issue.
They were now actually in arms, and could no longer, appearing individually and at privileged occupations, claim to be unobnoxious to the laws; and it need occasion no surprise in the reader, if, among a people of the class we have described, the measures chosen in the present exigency were of a character the most desperate and reckless.
Easily one of the best things to grace Orange County within the past few years, the Crosby in downtown Santa Ana hosts some of the best (and most unobnoxious, a rare combination) places that hosts live music, fantastic vegan-friendly menu, dee-lish Chimay and even better DJ nights.