Definition of Exceptionable. Meaning of Exceptionable. Synonyms of Exceptionable

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Definition of Exceptionable

Exceptionable
Exceptionable Ex*cep"tion*a*ble, a. Liable to exception or objection; objectionable. -- Ex*cep"tion*a*ble*ness, n. This passage I look upon to be the most exceptionable in the whole poem. --Addison.

Meaning of Exceptionable from wikipedia

- part) that it is certainly all one land, so I judge, that one less exceptionable to all parties and on all accounts cannot be found than that now applied...
- about Daisy meeting with young Italian gentlemen make her socially exceptionable under these criteria. Winterbourne learns of Daisy's increasing intimacy...
- part) that it is certainly all one land, so I judge, that one less exceptionable to all parties and on all accounts cannot be found than that now applied...
- Paradise Lost, in which he frequently faults Milton's style or places exceptionable p****ages in square brackets, claiming they are the work of another hand...
- award once in any particular sport, making it both more honorable and exceptionable that he has won the award both in track and in cross-country. He is...
- edition, is printed from a copy corrected by the author's own hand. The exceptionable p****ages, which inadvertency had thrown out, are here retrenched; and...
- work was a translation of Juvenal's Satires, "cleared of all the most exceptionable p****ages" (1785, reprinted in 1786 with a translation of works by the...
- the world rankings in December 2012, coming in at #7. He showcased exceptionable boxing skills and an impenetrable defence en route to a unanimous decision...
- for family reading in smaller type, and exchanged "some phrases also exceptionable to females" for others "more suitable to the present state of our language...
- gradual eman****tion of Slavery. This difficult task could be less exceptionably, and more successfully performed by the revered Fathers of all our political...