In a country powered by noxious, expensive diesel generators, solar energy has emerged as an obvious solution.
Editor's note: This post has been updated to reflect George Wallace's noxious candidacy.
When I got out of the car I was assailed by another of the noxious stinks that Lufkin is distinguished for.
Eric Cantor was a noxious, cookie-cutter, U.S. Chamber, GOP hypocrite.
We cannot forget the noxious behavior of certain black athletes and entertainers.
The growing passion for the noxious weed is truly any thing but pleasantly contemplative.
Some of the most troublesome and noxious insects are found among the moths.
Even the brushwood is a fruit tree, namely, the guava, which from its abundance is as noxious as a weed.
He inhaled the noxious fumes and fell dead by the side of his crucibles.
But Uncle lingered longingly over a new device for lacerating the soil and destroying its noxious productions.
c.1500, from Latin noxius "hurtful, injurious," from noxa "injury, hurt, damage entailing liability" (related to nocere "to hurt," and to nex "slaughter"), from PIE *nek-ro-, causative form of root *nek- "death" (see necro-).
noxious nox·ious (nŏk'shəs)
Harmful to living things; injurious to health.