obnoxiousness obnoxiousness


  • (n) the quality of being hateful



  1. But a newly published report into British behavior abroad suggests that more Britons than ever are flying the flag of obnoxiousness in foreign climes.
  2. So it was refreshing this afternoon to watch the BBC's Nik Gowing make no attempt to avoid obnoxiousness in a made-for-TV discussion about financial crisis and regulation.
  3. The obnoxiousness isn't limited to pro sports either.


  • WWE Payback 2013: Chris Jericho Hams It Up as a Face Before Likely Heel Turn

    Chris Jericho used every ounce of his television time on Raw to hammer home his message.  Heading into a sentimental main event match at WWE Payback against CM Punk, his message was simple.  I'm a good guy. Before, during and after his match against Big E. Langston , Jericho made sure this message was delivered almost to the point of obnoxiousness.  He used old catch phrases, got the crowd ...
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Bleacher Report


  • Flyers fans, Knuble said, are "loud and obnoxious in a good way for us. When you're the home team, it's a great obnoxiousness. The weather is going to be good and people are going to be tailgating and will be in the mood to watch a hockey game - and...
    on Apr 25, 2009 By: Mike Knuble Source: Philadelphia Inquirer

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