objectionable

[uhb-jek-shuh-nuh-buhl]
adjective
1.
causing or tending to cause an objection, disapproval, or protest.
2.
offending good taste, manners, etiquette, propriety, etc.; offensive: objectionable behavior.

Origin:
1775–85; objection + -able

objectionability, objectionableness, noun
objectionably, adverb
superobjectionable, adjective
superobjectionably, adverb
unobjectionable, adjective


2. unacceptable, offensive, vile, odious.
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objectionable (əbˈdʒɛkʃənəbəl)
 
adj
unpleasant, offensive, or repugnant
 
objectiona'bility
 
n
 
ob'jectionableness
 
n
 
ob'jectionably
 
adv

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objectionable
1781, from objection + -able.
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Example sentences
If it could function properly wouldn't it be even more objectionable than a
  human censor.
The longevity of an ink jet print is the time a printed picture can be
  displayed before objectionable fading occurs.
We welcome other viewpoints and comments, but reserve the right to edit or
  delete abusive or objectionable content.
Now let's say you want to know why so many other evo people find this
  objectionable.
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