- causing or tending to cause an objection, disapproval, or protest.
- offending good taste, manners, etiquette, propriety, etc.; offensive: objectionable behavior.
Origin of objectionable
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Examples from the Web for unobjectionable
Those made of ivory, or the common goose-quill, are unobjectionable.Popular Education
Coming as it did, this offer was not only unobjectionable, but tempting.Democracy An American Novel
As regards the match itself, it would, I think, be unobjectionable.Framley Parsonage
I think he is gentlemanly, and unobjectionable in manner—almost pleasing.Missy
Miriam Coles Harris
If "fells" is a correct translation, it would be unobjectionable.
- unpleasant, offensive, or repugnant
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Word Origin and History for unobjectionable
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