A public nuisance is really more respectable than a nonentity.
Because if you don't it's goin' to be necessary for me to run you in for a public nuisance.
Lambeth Wells at length becoming a public nuisance, the premises were shut up, and ultimately let as a Methodist Meeting-house.
He must not carry on any kind of business likely to become a public nuisance.
We must rid ourselves of him; he's a public nuisance, a dangerous, meddlesome fellow.
Smith saluted like a Guardsman, turned about, and ceased to be a public nuisance.
Word was sent round, and when a friend and me come on him some talk was passed and this public nuisance got something.
Keeping an army in America has been nothing but a public nuisance.
A foolish politician blurted out: "Those unemployed soldiers are becoming a public nuisance."
Otherwise I think the Stuarts were a public nuisance altogether.