Definition of "unacceptability" [un•ac•cept•a•bil•i•ty]
The property of being unacceptable.(noun)
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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."