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On an Allegiant Air flight in August, a passenger hit a flight attendant, yelled obscenities at him and grabbed his phone as he described a mask-related dispute to the captain, according to the FAA.
They rebelled at the immorality of his conduct and the obscenity of his writings; and he resolved that they should accept both.
LADY BYRON VINDICATEDHARRIET BEECHER STOWE
The charge was "obscenity," and they had been arrested at the instance of Anthony Comstock.
Another feature in common is the rank realism and open obscenity which marked the humours of both species.
That means losing ground at an increasing rate to the obscenity crawling over our planet.
GREYLORNJOHN KEITH LAUMER
Aaron Stoltzfoos dropped the lantern to his side, amazed that the dignified old man could be guilty of such an obscenity.
BLIND MAN'S LANTERNALLEN KIM LANG
The obscenity of some of his writings was such that his name has become proverbial for licentiousness.
There are entire chapters, such as the thirty-eighth chapter of Genesis, that reek with obscenity from beginning to end.
THE BIBLEJOHN E. REMSBURG
It would, I am persuaded, be no recreation to you to be in a party which should be disgraced by obscenity or profaneness.
Obscenity in any Company is a rustick uncreditable Talent; but among Women 'tis particularly rude.

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