pertaining to objection; open to objection, objectionable
So what's next—and would have been most objectional if they'd started there—but our private cars?
Among the ranks there was reason to believe that attempts had been made, and others contemplated, against the objectional life.
For $7,000 additional, the objectional skimpiness was corrected.
The difficulty in all these cares is to steer clear of some objectional theory.
A most objectional part of the bargain was that Caractacus should be delivered up to the Roman general.
The fact that the goat is a browser has been made use of in clearing farms of brush and objectional weeds.
This cheery and jubilant aspect of Shintau worship ought not to be deemed an objectional element of true religion.
There is much talk of their objectional features and dangers for the established order of things.
Mr. Hanna, however, had none of the arts of the demagogue, not even the minor and least objectional arts.