unacceptably

[ UK /ʌnɐksˈɛptəbli/ ]
[ US /ˌənækˈsɛptəbɫi/ ]
ADVERB
  1. to an unacceptable degree
    The percentage of lead in our drinking water is unacceptably high
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How To Use unacceptably In A Sentence

  • The fact remains that inflation is unacceptably high.
  • Yet activists and outraged parents continue to claim that the costs of childcare are unacceptably high. Times, Sunday Times
  • They often required careful, unnatural speech, with pauses after every word, and their transcription error rate was unacceptably high.
  • Britain's fourth biggest gas and electricity company was blasted for unacceptably long call waiting times as a new IT system was installed. The Sun
  • Are we respectful of anyone and when did it become acceptable to behave unacceptably? The Sun
  • Our offspring leave an unacceptably large environmental footprint, as well an infernal mess in the bedroom. Times, Sunday Times
  • The situation is only today finally being recognized as unacceptably burdensome.
  • While the disease has been halved in most counties over the past number of years, in west Laois, north Tipperary and south Offaly it has persisted at an unacceptably high level.
  • Where modeling and analysis slow things down unacceptably, intuition and improvisation must prevail.
  • Monitoring these very personal choices in order to identify ill-judged or improper conception decisions would be condemned as an unacceptably intrusive abuse of state power.
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