nuisance per se

Definition of "nuisance per se"
  1. A type of behavior, occupation, or structure that is deemed disruptive or annoying regardless of the situation or environment it's found in
How to use "nuisance per se" in a sentence
  1. The constant loud noise from the construction site was deemed a nuisance per se, disrupting the peace of residents day and night.
  2. Due to the hazardous waste it produced, the factory was considered a nuisance per se by the neighboring community.
  3. The nightclub, with its loud dance music and rowdy patrons, was a nuisance per se, leading to multiple complaints from the neighborhood.

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