Synonyms for Obscene:
immoral, impure, unclean, dirty, sordid, imperfect, blemished, slovenly, defective.
•indecent, offensive, immoral (adjective)
impure, salacious, wicked, coarse, profane, filthy, shameless, unclean, disgusting, smutty, unwholesome, gross, barnyard, ribald, foul, bawdy, scurrilous, pornographic, outrageous, scatological, repugnant, crude, dirty, nasty, shocking, rank, lewd, raw.
pornographic, dirty, naughty, gross, vulgar, filthy, indecent.
infectious, slovenly, smutty, septic, squalid, putrid, foul, disgusting, defiled, muddy, sloppy, festering, unsanitary, impure, mucky, fetid, dusty, scruffy, filthy, dingy, unclean, shabby, offensive, odious, sordid, unhygenic, grungy, murky, dirty, icky, scatological, grubby, grimy, toxic, crummy, insalubrious, untidy.
earthy, clumsy, low, graceless, shameless, revolting, cockney, base, homespun, scandalous, crude, salty, animal, barbaric, tawdry, vulgar, broad, outlandish, offensive, ignominious, idiomatic, sordid, inelegant, ignoble, repulsive, sleazy, coarse-grained, barnyard, gross, undignified, indelicate, chintzy, unpolished, tactless, crass, rough, tasteless, coarse, rude, gaudy, colloquial, unrefined, brazen, unseemly, rank, philistine, ill-bred, depraved, cheap, boorish, brutish, degraded, raw, profane, unbecoming, in bad taste, common, garish, glaring.
n.abusive, vitriolic, foul-mouthed, ripe. ridiculous, shocking, preposterous, unreasonable, usual, unconscionable, outrageous. •foul (noun)
indecent, offensive, repulsive, dirty, salacious, lewd, abhorrent, repugnant, detestable.
ripe, Fescennine, abusive, scatologic, vitriolic, foul-mouthed. bawdy. preposterous, unconscionable, outrageous, unreasonable, ridiculous. shocking. nasty. •indecent
•Other relevant words:
outrageous, scatologic, ribald, usual, unethical, preposterous, abhorrent, Fescennine, ridiculous, bawdy, shocking, unwholesome, vitriolic, ripe, deviant, lewd, repugnant, sinful, abusive, amoral, detestable, scurrilous, unconscionable, filthy, foul-mouthed, perverted, wicked, unreasonable, nasty, salacious.
Usage examples for obscene
How often have I listened to the cool and haughty contralto of ladies of education and refinement who were clearly unaware that what they were encouraging, what to them afforded so much pride, what deepened their conviction of righteous sacrifice, was but an obscene outrage on the souls and bodies of young men. – Waiting for Daylight by Henry Major Tomlinson