0 Vote up! adjective. Arousing disapproval; offensive: objectionable behavior.
0 Vote up! adjective. Offensive and arousing disapproval; worthy of objection.
0 Vote up! adjective. Liable to objection; likely to be objected to or disapproved of; offensive.
0 Vote up! others. Capable of being objected to; justly liable to objection; calling for disapproval.
0 Vote up! noun. An objectionable person.
0 Vote up! adjective. causing disapproval or protest
0 Vote up! adjective. liable to objection or debate; used of something one might take exception to


0 Vote up! Although Ella found the term objectionable, she was eager to know more.
0 Vote up! The letter was printed under a clever headline I still don't understand, so I thought I'd better explain here why I find the term objectionable
0 Vote up! Most recently:•New York City's Department of Education blocked Google Images last month for what it called "objectionable content" but later left it up to schools whether to allow it.
0 Vote up! Acting Home Affairs Minister Brian Chituwo directed police last week to investigate what he described as objectionable statements attributed to some politicians.
0 Vote up! Chagoya said the part of his work that critics find objectionable is part of his statement on problems he sees with religious institutions, including the sex-abuse scandal in the Roman Catholic church.


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