unobjectionable

adjective
un·​ob·​jec·​tion·​able | \ ˌən-əb-ˈjek-sh(ə-)nə-bəl How to pronounce unobjectionable (audio) \

Definition of unobjectionable

: not causing or likely to cause objection : not objectionable : inoffensive an unobjectionable comment

Examples of unobjectionable in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The stated goal of combating mis- and disinformation is framed to seem unobjectionable. Roger Koppl And Abigail Devereaux, WSJ, 1 May 2022 The first answer is things that are important to someone’s state that are fairly unobjectionable—minor things. The Politics Of Everything, The New Republic, 6 Apr. 2022 Flinth describes the action well enough, in DP Torben Forsberg’s stately widescreen images, scored to Volker Bertelmann’s generic but unobjectionable music. Jessica Kiang, Variety, 15 Feb. 2022 Some sections of the new laws would seem unobjectionable. Travis Loller And Acacia Coronado, Anchorage Daily News, 21 Nov. 2021 Crisp-edged and peanut-encrusted, the appetizer is unobjectionable if generic, a word that would likely be anathema to Chang, seemingly a violation of the Momofuku spirit. The New Yorker, 8 Oct. 2021 In a coalition with deep ideological divides, a relatively unobjectionable program like the Western Wall plan may be one of the first to win approval. Ben Sales, sun-sentinel.com, 5 Aug. 2021 The model Johnson has come to epitomize — charismatic, impossibly fit, and unobjectionable as a Ken doll — is proving to also be best for business on a global scale. Alison Willmore, Vulture, 5 Aug. 2021 Some of the requirements are unobjectionable, such as turning down accounts that primarily engage in racial or religious harassment, as well as groups that promote white supremacy. Albert Fox Cahn, Wired, 13 July 2021 See More

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First Known Use of unobjectionable

1759, in the meaning defined above

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30 Jul 2022

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“Unobjectionable.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/unobjectionable. Accessed 13 Aug. 2022.

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