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Definition of "unacceptability" [un•ac•cept•a•bil•i•ty]

  • The property of being unacceptable. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "unacceptability" in a sentence
  • "From Abraham to Moses and Jesus to Muhammad, realizing the unacceptability of the status quo, not simply accepting it as God's will, was the spark which lit the fuse of a new spiritual explosion."
  • "The underlying problem of the unacceptability of this solution to Palestinian public opinion exists no matter who you put in charge."
  • "When given the Gaza strip, those who seized control, instead of seeking out foreign investment to assist with infrastructure projects and the betterment of their economy, have been single-mindedly focused on the unacceptability of living next to a country governed by non-Muslims."