Then there are the Greeks who, by the help of Phoenician blood or otherwise, are objectionably strong in the city.
He had never noticed before how objectionably noisy Martin was!
He had got on so well with the mamma, who was this old maid, who appeared so objectionably on the alert?
They were objectionably burly and red in the face; they wore an offensive number of buttons and straps upon their uniforms.
Ben had been very angry, unreasonably angry, she had thought at the time, and objectionably rude in his manner.
His name was Silas Doring, and Walter found him talkative, although not objectionably so.
"How objectionably direct you are," exclaimed Lambert in a vexed tone.
He was an elderly man with white hair and whiskers, together with what I thought were objectionably brusque manners.
However, you will think me objectionably destitute of temperament.
I have missed a long line of spring peas through his ravages, and he has objectionably decorated many places about my own home.