unobjectionable


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capable of being accepted

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(of behavior or especially language) free from objectionable elements

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not causing disapproval

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not objectionable

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Terms such as "liberty," "equal respect," "public reason," and "equal opportunity," which people may think they understand and find unobjectionable, are turned around and given different meanings in support of the liberal objectives.
Commenting on the church's medical directives, Michael Hiltzik of the Los Angeles Times observed, "These rules were relatively unobjectionable when the typical Catholic hospital might have been a parochial facility concerned mostly with caring for local Catholics or as part of spiritual outreach.
Perhaps because of his history in Iraq, Mr Blair has been taking the flak over what appear to have been quite unobjectionable phone conversations with Gaddafi.
Some of the powers it would reserve to Westminster are unobjectionable - the Crown, Defence, Foreign Affairs - and I doubt the Assembly will want to legislate for Antarctica or outer space.
They have given the show the soundtrack it deserves - it's lighthearted, unobjectionable and good for a nostalgic smile, but it's nobody involved's best work.
They have given the show the soundtrack it deserves - it's light-hearted, unobjectionable and good for a nostalgic smile, but it's nobody involved's best work.
In other words, they are using ethically unobjectionable adult stem cells which are the "gold standard" when it comes to helping patients.
Cardinal Ratzinger wrote: "It must be regarded as an important service of Teilhard de Chardins that he rethought these ideas from the angle of the modern view of the world and, in spite of a not entirely unobjectionable tendency toward the biological approach, nevertheless on the whole grasped them correctly and in any case made them accessible once again.
And when viewed through a litigator's microscope, provisions that once seemed clear, innocuous or unobjectionable become hazy and ambiguous and may lead to prolonged disputes.
The fact that the resolutions have been diluted considerably from when these were first presented, and are now unobjectionable encouraged us to support these.
Instead, he offers an unobjectionable supplement: things have changed since the eighties.
Radical Capitalism," examines libertarianism in the spirit of Frederic Bastiat, taking into account not only what is seen, but also what is not seen in common and seemingly unobjectionable descriptions of the ideology.
Dale argued that election signs were equally as unobjectionable, and were of limited duration.
The scene represented is unobjectionable -- depicting houses surrounded by nature -- but Hakobian's method of execution may not have been in its best interests.
While some local corn-fed whitetails might prove unobjectionable, our worst-tasting deer, those coming from the pinewoods, might convey a hint of turpentine, not unlike the pitch flavor in a glass of Greek retsina.