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obsolete--overweening

QuestionAnswer
obstreperous boisterous;noisy
obtrude push foreward;intrude;stik out or extrude
obtuse blunt;stupid
obviate make unnecessary;get rid of
occident the west
occult mysterious;secret;supernatural
odious//odium hateful;vile//detestation;hatefulness
odyssey long eventful journey
offhand casual,done without prior thought
officious meddlesome;excesively pushy in offering one's services
ogle look at amorously;make eyes at
oligarchy govt.by a privilaged few
ominous threatening
omnipotent all-powerful
omniscient all-knowing
onerous burdensome
onomatopoeia words formed in imitation of natural sounds
onus burden;responsibility
opalescent iridescent;lustrous
opprobium infamy(spoil reputation or character);vilification
opulence extreme wealth;luxuriousness;abundance
opus work
oracular prophetic;uttered as if with divine authority
oratorio dramatic poem set to music
ordain decree or command;grant holy orders
ordeal severe trial or affliction
ordination ceremony conferring holy orders
orgy wild;drunken revelry;unrestrained indulgence
orient get one's bearings;adjust
orthography correct spelling
ostensible//ostentatious apparent;showy;pretended
oust expel;drive out
outlandish bizarre;peculiar;unconventional
outmoded no longer stylish;old-fashioned
outstrip surpass;outdo
outwit outsmart;trick
ovation enthusiatic applause
overbearing bossy;arrogant;decisively imp.
overt open to view
overweening presumptuous;arrogant
Created by: physio_sambit