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 driving experience is best described as unobjectionable. Jonathan M. Gitlin, Ars Technica, "The 2020 Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport is how America likes its hatchbacks," 9 Mar. 2020 Any social critique disappears, swapped with messaging that’s unobjectionable when placed near commodities for sale. Malcolm Harris, The New Republic, "The Uneasy Promise of Life in Silicon Valley," 3 Feb. 2020 Parents may find some proto-camp programming unobjectionable, or even positive. Mac Schwerin, Vox, "The case against summer camp," 16 Aug. 2019 Most of the assistance the president sought from Ukraine was unobjectionable. Andrew C. Mccarthy, National Review, "The President’s Best Ukraine Defense: Not an Impeachable Offense," 27 Oct. 2019 As the author of a New York Times–bestselling cookbook and the wife of the Golden State Warriors phenom Steph Curry, Ayesha Curry has spent several years carefully curating a (nearly) unobjectionable public image. Hannah Giorgis, The Atlantic, "The Wholesome Fun of Family Food Fight," 21 June 2019 And for audiences who are okay with two hours of perfectly passable, utterly unobjectionable effects, centered on a couple of cheerfully friendly faces, Men In Black: International is certainly an acceptable way to spend some time. Tasha Robinson, The Verge, "Men In Black: International is safe, bland, utterly sincere fun," 12 June 2019 While the idea of mandatory codetermination as envisioned by the likes of Senator Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) would be destructive to the principle of private ownership, simply allowing works councils should be an unobjectionable policy. Eli Lehrer, National Review, "The Next Union Era," 25 July 2019 On its face, the Hong Kong government’s draft extradition legislation was arguably unobjectionable. Kevin Yam, Quartz, "Why Hong Kong’s protests prove it deserves to be a global financial hub," 10 July 2019

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First Known Use of unobjectionable

1759, in the meaning defined above

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“Unobjectionable.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/unobjectionable. Accessed 13 Jul. 2020.

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unobjectionable

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English Language Learners Definition of unobjectionable

: not likely to bother or offend anyone : not objectionable

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