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Obnoxious ob·nox·ious əbˈnäkSHəs/ adjective adjective: obnoxious extremely unpleasant. synonyms: unpleasant, disagreeable, nasty, distasteful,offensive, objectionable, unsavory, unpalatable,off-putting, awful, terrible, dreadful, frightful,revolting, repulsive, repellent, repugnant,disgusting, odious, vile, foul, abhorrent,loathsome, nauseating, sickening, hateful,insufferable, intolerable, detestable, abominable,despicable, contemptible; More informalhorrible, horrid, ghastly, gross, putrid,yucky, godawful, beastly, skanky; literarynoisome “the gasoline-powered pump made an obnoxious racket” annoying, tiresome, irritating; overbearing, bumptious; unpleasant, nasty; informalbratty, pesky “I prayed I could express myself without being obnoxious” antonyms: delightful, fragrant, pleasant, charming Advertisements
Sociopath so·ci·o·path ˈsōsēōˌpaTH/ noun: sociopath; plural noun: sociopaths a person with a personality disorder manifesting itself in extreme antisocial attitudes and behavior and a lack of conscience.
Delusional delusional adjective 1. having false or unrealistic beliefs or opinions: Senators who think they will get agreement on acomprehensive tax bill are delusional. 2. Psychiatry. maintaining fixed false beliefs evenwhen confronted with facts, usually as a result ofmental illness: He was so delusional and paranoid that he thoughteverybody was conspiring against him .
Asinine as·i·nine ˈasəˌnīn/ adjective adjective: asinine extremely stupid or foolish. “Lydia ignored his asinine remark” synonyms: stupid, foolish, brainless, mindless, senseless,idiotic, imbecilic, ridiculous, ludicrous, absurd,nonsensical, fatuous, silly, inane, witless, empty-headed; halfwitted, antonyms: intelligent, sensible