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Obituary

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Meaning
Death notice (esp. In a newspaper); adj.

Synonyms:
Announcement, Register, Mortuary, Tribute

Antonyms:
Birth announcement

Obituary
Obligatory

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Binding; required; compulsory; v. Oblige: constrain; make grateful; do a favor; accommodate

Synonyms:
Binding, Coercive, Enforced, Necessary

Antonyms:
Optional, Nonessential

Obligatory
Obsessive

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Related to thinking about something constantly; of an obsession; preoccupying; n. Obsession: compulsive preoccupation with a fixed idea; compulsive idea; v. Obsess: preoccupy the mind of excessively

Synonyms:
Addictive, Enslaving, Hooked

Antonyms:
Secure, Passionate

Obsessive
Obsolete

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Outmoded; no longer used

Synonyms:
Bygone, Extinct, Ancient, Antique

Antonyms:
In vogue, Modern

Obsolete
Obstinate

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Stubborn; hard to control or treat; ex. Obstinate cough; n. Obstinacy

Synonyms:
Inflexible, Steadfast, Unyielding,Tenacious

Antonyms:
Pliant, Submissive

Obstinate
Obtrude

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Push (oneself or one’s ideas) forward or intrude; impose (oneself or one’s ideas) on others; butt in; stick out or extrude; thrust out; ex. Obtrude a on b; adj. Obtrusive; n. Obtrusion; cf. Unobtrusive

Synonyms:
Infringe, Interfere, Intrude, Impose

Antonyms:
Allow, Assist

Obtrude
Offensive

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Attacking; insulting; distasteful; v. Offend: violate; hurt the feelings of; n. Offense: offending; violating of a moral or social code; crime; attack; ex. First offense

Synonyms:
Evil, Objectionable, Rude, Repulsive

Antonyms:
Kindness, Respectful

Offensive
Offhand

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Meaning
Casual; done without prior thought or preparation

Synonyms:
Informal, Breezy, Easygoing, Cool

Antonyms:
Calculated, Deliberated

Offhand