obvs

obvs

(ɒbvz)
adv
slang Brit obviously
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These included pre-launch built-in test functionality, silo launch and fly out of the OBV, accurate booster delivery of the Exoatmospheric Kill Vehicle (EKV) and acquisition of telemetry data for further characterization of the OBVs flight characteristics.
These include obvs (obviously), ridic (ridiculous), lolz (laughs), shizzle (form of US rap slang), cakehole (mouth) and dench (excellent).
He wrote, "I'd totes dip a pinky or two in Paul Ryan's bleached a**hole (she obvs bleaches her a**hole).
And hipster blokes are being wooed by manly-looking cans of pink wine dubbed "brose", obvs.
I got the firm impression she'd love to do a concert in Wales, but obvs her tour is a big team event so she doesn't have full control herself.
You see, I've realised that my woeful uncoolness - yes, I made up that word - is, like, d'uh, totes obvs.
Erdington is the real life setting for The Crazies, obvs.
The current plan calls for 16 OBVs to be deployed at Fort Greely and up to four OBVs to be deployed at VAFB by the end of next year.
And to knock Aidan Turner's torso off the ratings top spot when Poldark returns to BBC1 next Sunday, obvs.
Those who disagree may close their cakeholes (mouths) if a new word wuz dench (was excellent), obvs (obviously).
On Sunday, hundreds rocked up at the home of the Robins - North Shields, obvs - to watch a match in Mark's name between some legends of local non-league football (plus Andy Hay) before an auction and raffle at equally-legendary Whitley Bay haunt 42nd Street.