Rumors about Daisy meeting with young Italian gentlemen make her socially exceptionable under these criteria.
At issue is a remark that, except when unscrewed from context, is hardly exceptionable.
Rhodesian Ridgebacks are one of the few hound breeds with both capabilities, and, though they are not the fastest runners, they are notable for having exceptionable endurance.
Also, Publius states, that the right of equal suffrage among the states is another exceptionable part of the confederation . " The sense of the majority should prevail.
"WHEN the First Part of King Henry the Fourth was played at Reading School, it was sufficient to curtail some tedious pages, and to omit some exceptionable expressions.
Foote besought the archbishop to take the manuscript and strike the exceptionable passages; he agreed on the condition that it should be published " Revised and Corrected by the Archbishop of Canterbury ."
A coach can only win this 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 showcased exceptionable boxing skills and an impenetrable defence en route to a unanimous decision victory over Yuri Bessmertny at " Glory 7 : Milan " in Milan, Italy on April 20, 2013.
Owen's main work was a translation of Juvenal's " Satires ", " cleared of all the most exceptionable passages " ( 1785, reprinted in 1786 with a translation of works by the Roman poet Persius ).
liable to objection or debate; used of something one might take exception to; "a thoroughly unpleasant highly exceptionable piece of writing"; "found the politician''s views objectionable" Synonyms: objectionable,
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