unexceptionable

adjective
un·​ex·​cep·​tion·​able | \ˌən-ik-ˈsep-sh(ə-)nə-bəl \

Definition of unexceptionable 

: not open to objection or criticism : beyond reproach : unimpeachable unexceptionable integrity

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unexceptionableness noun
unexceptionably \ ˌən-​ik-​ˈsep-​sh(ə-​)nə-​blē \ adverb

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These views, unexceptionable in academia, would likely make Ms. Gopinath unwelcome in India’s government. Sadanand Dhume, WSJ, "Gita Gopinath and India’s Brain Drain," 4 Oct. 2018

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First Known Use of unexceptionable

1664, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for unexceptionable

un- + obsolete exception to take exception, object

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unexceptionable

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of unexceptionable

: not likely to cause objection or offense

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