- liable to exception or objection; objectionable.
Origin of exceptionable
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Examples from the Web for exceptionable
The usual declension of the personal pronouns is exceptionable.
Rask's derivation of the Anglo-Saxon swilc from swa-ylc, is exceptionable.
How far is, whom do they say that I am, an exceptionable expression?
What are the exceptionable features of the law, what are the amendments you desire, you refrain from specifying.
You ask, Who would think you might not read to her the least exceptionable parts of a letter written in my own defence?Clarissa, Volume 7
- open to or subject to objection; objectionable
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Word Origin and History for exceptionable
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