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obstetrician
noun Date: circa 1828 a physician specializing in obstetrics
obstetrics
noun plural but singular or plural in construction Date: circa 1819 a branch of medical science that deals with birth and with its antecedents and sequels
obstinacy
noun (plural -cies) Date: 14th century 1. a. the quality or state of being obstinate ; stubbornness b. the quality or state of being difficult to remedy, relieve, or ...
obstinate
adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French obstinat, Latin obstinatus, past participle of obstinare to be resolved, from ob- in the way + -stinare (akin to stare to ...
obstinately
adverb see obstinate
obstinateness
noun see obstinate
obstreperous
adjective Etymology: Latin obstreperus, from obstrepere to clamor against, from ob- against + strepere to make a noise Date: circa 1600 1. marked by unruly or aggressive ...
obstreperously
adverb see obstreperous
obstreperousness
noun see obstreperous
obstruct
transitive verb Etymology: Latin obstructus, past participle of obstruere, from ob- in the way + struere to build, heap up — more at ob-, strew Date: 1590 1. to block or ...
obstruction
noun Date: 1533 1. a. the state of being obstructed; especially a condition of being clogged or blocked b. an act of obstructing 2. something that obstructs
obstructionism
noun Date: 1879 deliberate interference with the progress or business especially of a legislative body • obstructionist noun or adjective • obstructionistic adjective
obstructionist
noun or adjective see obstructionism
obstructionistic
adjective see obstructionism
obstructive
adjective or noun see obstruct
obstructiveness
noun see obstruct
obstructor
noun see obstruct
obtain
verb Etymology: Middle English obteinen, from Anglo-French & Latin; Anglo-French obtenir, from Latin obtinēre to hold on to, possess, obtain, from ob- in the way + tenēre to ...
obtainability
noun see obtain
obtainable
adjective see obtain
obtainer
noun see obtain
obtainment
noun see obtain
obtect
also obtected adjective Etymology: Latin obtectus, past participle of obtegere to cover over, from ob- in the way + tegere to cover — more at thatch Date: 1816 of a pupa ...
obtected
adjective see obtect
obtrude
verb (obtruded; obtruding) Etymology: Latin obtrudere to thrust at, from ob- in the way + trudere to thrust — more at ob-, threat Date: circa 1609 transitive verb 1. to ...
obtruder
noun see obtrude
obtrusion
noun Etymology: Late Latin obtrusion-, obtrusio, from Latin obtrudere Date: 1579 1. an act of obtruding 2. something that is obtruded
obtrusive
adjective Date: 1667 1. a. forward in manner or conduct b. undesirably prominent 2. thrust out ; protruding Synonyms: see impertinent • obtrusively adverb ...
obtrusively
adverb see obtrusive

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