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obtrusive

/əbˈtrusɪv/ (adj)

Something you notice in a way that bothers or upsets you.

Example:

I hate the obtrusive music that comes from the apartment beside me!

offbeat

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Different, but in an interesting way.

Examples:

That song is offbeat… I like it.

Red pants and a yellow shirt! His style of dressing is offbeat, but he has the personality to do that.

oust

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To force someone out of a powerful position.

Examples:

He is a terrible president. I hope they oust him soon!

Anna was ousted from her position in the company. She was doing a good job. I don’t understand what happened.

ouch

Ouch

Something you say when you are in pain.

Examples:

Ouch! I cut my finger!

Ouch! Why did you hit me on the head??

otherwise

Otherwise

if not

Examples:

I hope to get the job, otherwise I will move to Italy.

Do the dishes, otherwise you are going to your room!

obey

Obey

Doing what you are told to do by the law or a person.

Examples:

You should obey your parents while you live in their house.

If you do not obey the law, you will go to jail.

opponent

Opponent

A person you are trying to beat in a game, competition, or election.

Examples:

He will be my main opponent in the golf tournament next week.

In the upcoming US election, the current President will have many opponents.

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