take exception

  1. raise a formal objection in a court of law
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How To Use take exception In A Sentence

  • This is why I take exception to your once again trotting out the anti-Semitism anti-Jewish appellation, rather than just going to the facts of the matter. The Volokh Conspiracy » Forthcoming TNR Piece on Human Rights Watch
  • Although, I have to take exception at the statement "His gallery of grotesques are a forerunner to those Chester Gould ... Robot Reviews: You Shall Die By Your Own Evil Creation | Robot 6 @ Comic Book Resources – Covering Comic Book News and Entertainment
  • Louise picked out a pretty little pink dress that nobody could possibly take exception to and so honour was satisfied.
  • What I take exception to is the manner in which we are presently carrying out our naval preparations.
  • This is understandable since most of them take exceptional care of their face, and don't want the unnecessary irritation of a prickly face against theirs.
  • No one could possibly take exception to his comments.
  • It is noteworthy that while liberals have been able to lampoon and persecute traditional Roman Catholics over the years; deny them authentic use of their churches for The Mass of All Times and who have calumniated them for other alleged misdemeanours, there are those who would take exception to your remarks here which pale in comparison and are entirely inoffensive. The Society of Scholastics -- online courses about to start
  • The first one suggests that Pascalian reasoners are manipulative egoists whom God might take exception to, and they won't be rewarded after all.
  • I am astonished that you should take exception to an obviously Platonic enthusiasm.
  • However, I take exception to the general tone of his letter.
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