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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishobjectionableob‧jec‧tion‧a‧ble /əbˈdʒekʃənəbəl/ adjective formal  UNPLEASANTOFFENDunpleasant and likely to offend people syn offensive objectionable odours This programme contains scenes some viewers may find objectionable.objectionably adverb
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objectionableThe first of those alternatives would not have been objectionable.The rabbits find that most objectionable and are often very pleased to leave of their own accord.I thought the bedroom scenes were pretty objectionable and unnecessary.Our goal is to get rid of many of the objectionable features of capitalism.And the big slob didn't even realize how objectionable he was.We shall adopt here the first of these solutions, as being the least objectionable of the two.A reporter's job is to stay put and tell us what she can, even if it means crawling to objectionable people.They accepted an objectionable, racially-discriminatory basis on which Hong Kong citizenship would be decided.Dismissal may include constructive dismissal: the employer's behaviour proves so objectionable that the employee is obliged to leave.I find it highly objectionable to have to sit near people who are smoking.The odour may be objectionable to him but is it sufficiently so to amount to a nuisance at law?rock songs with objectionable wordsfind objectionableEventually, parents with special electronic equipment could block out programs they find objectionable.
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