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Synonyms for exception

take exception to something

Synonyms

  • object to
  • disagree with
  • take offence at
  • take umbrage at
  • be resentful of
  • be offended at
  • demur at
  • quibble at

Synonyms for exception

Synonyms for exception

a deliberate act of omission

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an instance that does not conform to a rule or generalization

grounds for adverse criticism

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The Washington state law--specifying that "no aid shall be awarded to any student who is pursuing a degree in theology"--doesn't dispute the educational validity of theology majors, which are offered at accredited and mostly tax-exempt institutions, but takes exception to what these majors might go on to do.
SO SIMON Duffin takes exception to Chris Moncrieff's pondering on What our MEPs Do?
One player takes exception to another's enthusiasm - or tendency to hold - and the mix is on.
But Brian Coburn, minister of tourism and recreation, takes exception to that statement noting approximately $6 million was spent on marketing in the last two fiscal years.
She takes exception to this, but the fact is that Howard uses color as a medium whose salient characteristics are density and weight--that is, she treats it mote as a physical substance than an optical agent.
Ariane Herrera, communications manager of the American Association of Advertising Agencies, takes exception.