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Synonyms for exceptionable

Synonyms for exceptionable

liable to objection or debate

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Foulkes comes to honest but uninspiring conclusions: 'This exuberant participation in charades, dumb-shows, tableaux vivants and such like was clearly not at all unusual for men of Carroll's age and background'; 'In summary then it is difficult to find anything exceptionable in Carroll's playgoing.
The (Jewish) editor of the LRB saw nothing exceptionable in the work; it fell within the parameters of respectable debate in the UK.
Lawrence," Brown wrote, "having fine weather, a broad awning to recline under, excellent stores of all kinds, an exceptionable cook, lots of books, chessboards, backgammon and so forth.
We do not find that the 11th article is asked for by Virginia or any other State; we therefore conceive that the people of Virginia should be consulted with respect to it, even if we did not doubt the propriety of adopting it; but it appears to us to be highly exceptionable.
His fancy had been early caught by all the impassioned, & most exceptionable parts of Richardsons; & such Authors as have since appeared to tread in Richardson's steps, so far as Man's determined pursuit of Woman in defiance of every opposition of feeling & convenience is concerned, had since occupied the greater part of his literary hours, & formed his Character.
Chris Burke's delivery of a free-kick from the Cardiff left was exceptionable, but Boro had plenty of bodies back to defend and should have cleared the danger.
This Part demonstrates that there is nothing exceptionable about substituting an antecedent legislative determination of justifiability for the jury's case-specific determination.
We have selected TransMedia Group because of their exceptionable ability to broadcast a very clear and concise message to the world for products and services of all types," said Castrucci.
Similarly, the gratuitous language in parts of the law is exceptionable.
The ordinary relations of men are not competitive and antagonistic as m free society; and selfishness is not general, but exceptionable.
This highly respected commercial printing company is known by it's long term loyal customer base for on time delivery of exceptionable products.
This work is certainly less exceptionable than many children's books of French extraction, though it is not entirely free from the leaven which ferments throughout the general system.
23) Any function one might point to as plausibly essential in point of fact or principle might come off as exceptionable.
Amphlett proceeds to avow that he is "content if his work be allowed to class among the least exceptionable ones of its kind;" and we shall proceed to inquire how far it may claim such a character.
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