A combination of “obese” and “verbose” it is used to describe people who are overweight and use a lot of long and complicated or seldom used words. Usually to make themselves appear more intelligent to others.
Bryan you’re getting way to obose.
The combination of an oboe and an obese person; an oboe played by an obese person.
Not to be confused with: the plural of oboe, which is oboes.
To be confused with: Pavarotti playing the flute.
Guy: Hey, check the obose; he's got the oboe lost in his rolls of fat!