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My experience working through the many nuisances associated with vacation rentals has shown me that a compromise was the best approach for Mission Beach and is likely the best approach for San Diego.

The public nuisance complaint came down in January 2020, triggering the evacuation.

San Diego’s real estate assets director is resigning less than a week after the release of a devastating review of the city’s acquisition of a downtown high-rise that the county declared a public nuisance following a series of asbestos violations.

Then, in January 2020, after finding debris in a conference room on the seventh floor that was theoretically accessible to city workers, the county issued a public nuisance order.

A day after the fire started, the county air pollution control agency issued three violations against the Navy, citing the fire’s smoke and odors as a public nuisance under state health and safety and county codes.

Poetry would be too obvious, too ‘portrait of the artist as a young nuisance’.

If my legs made me a nuisance, I vowed to become less of one.

Other questions: Should nuisance bears be euthanized if they are serial offenders?

Last year, there were a record 6,726, covering “nuisance” behavior, property damage, injuries to bears, and injuries to humans.

It also reduces nuisance, so there is less trouble in the neighborhood.

Beastly nuisance; we shall all have to clear out, for I suppose it won't be a mere matter of scratches.

It was rather a nuisance, too, to find that wherever he went he excited a considerable amount of attention.

Even the storage of gasoline in suitable tanks set down in the earth is not a nuisance.

Yet the business may become a nuisance when conducted in some localities, or in an improper manner.

I am very much taken with her, which causes Rubinstein to be a perfect nuisance.


On this page you'll find 106 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to nuisance, such as: blister, bore, bother, botheration, bum, and creep.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.