He was in general principled against excises, but of all excises, that on ardent spirits he considered the least exceptionable.
The usual declension of the personal pronouns is exceptionable.
You ask, Who would think you might not read to her the least exceptionable parts of a letter written in my own defence?
Rask's derivation of the Anglo-Saxon swilc from swa-ylc, is exceptionable.
War in any case is as exceptionable from the habits as it is revolting from the sentiments of the American people.
The sole possible response takes the exceptionable shape of loud peals of laughter.
He is very entertaining company, and very vain of his personal beauties; yet nevertheless his character is exceptionable.
From these materials those accounts of the Spanish affairs are drawn which may at first sight appear the most exceptionable.
But it really appears to me that the means which this act employs are at least as exceptionable as the end.
However, this, though sufficiently provoking, was far from being the most exceptionable part of his conduct.