Definition of obnoxiously in English:

obnoxiously

adverb

  • See obnoxious

    • ‘The reviews have been so obnoxiously positive, that, as a writer with an outlet, I felt there was a need to offer another opinion.’
    • ‘The authentic memories are of April hatefully attacking her mother and siblings, behaving obnoxiously and threatening the peace and happiness of them all.’
    • ‘Josh is obnoxiously ambitious, but he's so plagued with chronic insecurity and low self-esteem it's virtually impossible to hate him.’
    • ‘Try not to get obnoxiously and tactlessly drunk.’
    • ‘The ruling class is obnoxiously greedy, despoiling our planet and exploiting the people on it with a few bare restraints provided by popular pressure over the last century.’

Pronunciation

obnoxiously

/əbˈnɒkʃəsli/