Examples of objectionable in a Sentence
a T-shirt with an objectionable image
Recent Examples of objectionable from the Web
Small ISPs that cater to various religious communities by blocking religiously objectionable Internet content run afoul of the net neutrality rules and may well be driven out of business by the FCC.
Facebook is hiring an additional 3,000 people worldwide — on top of 4,500 existing staff — to review objectionable material.
Facebook is hiring an additional 3,000 people worldwide – on top of 4,500 existing staff – to review objectionable material.
All common bahiagrasses produce tall seed heads late spring through summer, which makes them a bit objectionable.
This liberates lawmakers to place principle over pragmatism, pushing for far-reaching sanctions on governments engaged in objectionable behavior.
In most cases, Facebook only removes objectionable material if users first report it.
Then there are the memes, so many of them: silly images of Donald Trump, cartoon frogs, disparaging images of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, plenty of objectionable language—
In English and Arabic with English subtitles Exclusive: Angelika Dallas Letters From Baghdad ☆☆☆☆ (out of five) Directors: Zeva Oelbaum, Sabine Krayenbuhl Cast: Tilda Swinton (voice) Rated: Unrated (nothing objectionable) Running time: 95 min.
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First Known Use of objectionable
OBJECTIONABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of objectionable for English Language Learners
: not good or right : causing people to be offended
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