Oafish: stupid, rude, or awkward.
Obedient: complying or willing to comply with an order or request; submissive to another’s authority.
Objectionable: arousing distaste or opposition; unpleasant or offensive.
Objective: (of a person or their judgment) Not influenced by personal feelings or opinions in considering and representing facts.
Obliging: willing to do a service or kindness; helpful.
Obnoxious: highly objectionable or offensive; odious.
Obscene: (of the portrayal or description of sexual matters) offensive or disgusting by accepted standards of morality and decency.
Obsessional: characteristic of or affected by an obsession.
Obsessive: thinking about something or someone, or doing something too much all the time.
Obstinate: stubbornly refusing to change one’s opinion or course of action despite attempts to persuade one to do so.
Ocher: of the color of ocher – a red or yellow iron ore used as a pigment.
Odd: different to what is usual or expected; strange.
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Odious: extremely unpleasant and causing or deserving of hate.
Offensive: causing someone to feel resentful, upset, or annoyed.
Officious: assertive of authority in a domineering way, especially with regard to trivial matters.
Ok: satisfactory but not especially good.
Open: allowing access, passage, or a view through an empty space; not closed or blocked.
Openhanded: (of a blow) delivered with the palm of the hand. Giving freely; generous.
Opinionated: firmly or unduly adhering to one’s own opinion or to preconceived notions.
Opinionative: of or relating to opinion. Another word for opinionated.
Optimistic: hopeful and confident about the future. (of an estimate) unrealistically high.
Orderly: neatly and methodically arranged.
Organized: arranged according to a particular system.
Ostentatious: characterized by pretentious or showy display; designed to impress.
Otiose: serving no practical purpose or result because it has been used several times.
Outgoing: friendly and socially confident.
Outraged: feeling outraged.
Outrageous: shocking and morally unacceptable.
Outspoken: frank in stating one’s opinions, especially if they are shocking or controversial.
Outstanding: exceptionally good.
Overawed: feeling slightly afraid of something that is extremely impressive and powerful.
Overbold: having or showing an undue lack of fear or caution; foolhardy.
Overcritical: inclined to find fault too readily.
Overemotional: having feelings that are too easily excited and displayed.
Overjoyed: extremely happy and pleased.
Overmodest: affectedly modest or shy especially in a provocative and playful way.
Overstrung: (of a piano) having strings in sets crossing each other obliquely.
Overwhelming: very great in amount. Difficult to fight against.
Overwrought: in a state of nervous excitement or anxiety.
Old: having lived for a long time; no longer young.
Older: having lived or existed long; of greater age.
Oldish: neither very old nor very young or new.
Ordinary: with no special or distinctive features; normal.
Outmoded: no longer modern, necessary, or useful. No longer usable.
Overage: older than a particular age and therefore no longer allowed to do or have particular things.
Overaged: older than a particular age and therefore, no longer allowed to do or have particular things.
Overweight: above a weight considered normal or desirable.
Ottoman: of or relating to the lands, peoples, and possessions of the Ottoman Empire.