1. completely acceptable; not open to exception or reproach
    a judge's ethics should be unexceptionable
    two unexceptionable witnesses
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How To Use unexceptionable In A Sentence

  • Based on news accounts and these excerpts, his speech seems to have been unexceptionable (albeit platitudinous).
  • In a civilized country, one would think, legislation to protect kids from violence and harassment in their schools should be unexceptionable.
  • If the motion is to refer the bill to a select committee, then I think that is unexceptionable.
  • Her comments were perfectly unexceptionable if a little unhelpful.
  • He may telegraph from his country much news which is unexceptionable.
  • I believe that the problem in this country is that we have a culture in which most of the population see getting drunk as unexceptionable and, in fact, a bit of a laugh.
  • … While we find no reliable data to measure the phenomenon, it seems unexceptionable to conclude some women come to regret their choice to abort the infant life they once created and sustained. The Conservative Assault on the Constitution
  • This first conclusion seems unexceptionable.
  • Their belief in the worth and dignity of all human beings is unexceptionable.
  • III.v. 48 (305, 8) [That can entame ay spirits to your worship] [W: entraine] The common reading seems unexceptionable. Notes to Shakespeare — Volume 01: Comedies
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