1. not objectionable
    the ends are unobjectionable; it's the means that one can't accept
  2. (of behavior or especially language) free from objectionable elements; fit for all observers
    a clean joke
    good clean fun
  3. not causing disapproval
    confined himself to innocuous generalities
    it was an innocuous remark
    unobjectionable behavior
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How To Use unobjectionable In A Sentence

  • Both names are unobjectionable, but as the term Caddo has priority by a few pages preference is given to it. Seventh Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1885-1886, Government Printing Office, Washington, 1891
  • Most of the report is unobjectionable. Times, Sunday Times
  • I am glad that I added Jack's blog to my list of unobjectionable content (check out his recent post on anthrax).
  • While the day-to-day coverage of the campaign was unobjectionable, no newspaper conducted a serious investigation into Bloomberg's history.
  • We unobjectionable please proceed negotiation as think best.
  • In more recent years as well, the (politically unobjectionable) issue of volunteerism has been a popular focus. Times, Sunday Times
  • And the unglamorous, unobjectionable truth is that we don't experience film history in order. The Times Literary Supplement
  • And the pledges were largely of the motherhood and apple pie kind-wholesome, sensible and entirely unobjectionable.
  • Possibly, but I could imagine a climate of opinion developing in which it might come to be seen as unobjectionable in either case given unforeseen events.
  • The first change concerned the distribution of powers between the members of the commission and is unobjectionable if the proper procedure had been followed.
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