Definition of unobjectionable in English:

unobjectionable

Line breaks: un|ob¦jec¦tion|able
Pronunciation: /ʌnəbˈdʒɛkʃ(ə)nəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

Not objectionable; acceptable: the bail conditions were unobjectionable as far as he was concerned
More example sentences
  • Much of the policing so far is unobjectionable in its goals and motivation but barely acceptable in the costs to innocent civilian bystanders.
  • As nakedness goes, the piece is a fairly tame, unobjectionable example.
  • In some cases, like eligibility for social welfare payments, the targets can be identified fairly objectively by income testing and the process is unobjectionable.

Derivatives

unobjectionably

adverb
More example sentences
  • That would reverse the Massachusetts Goodridge decision - but it would also keep courts from doing the normal sort of gap-filling definition that courts routinely (and largely unobjectionably) do.
  • Last sodden weekend I almost felt the need for a ‘right to swim’, so targeted Runswick Bay where the sea would be unobjectionably wet, and the beach is my favourite.
  • Likewise, the desserts are all fun and unobjectionably sweet (the tiramisu is particularly good, though).

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