Raising no objections; acceptable: unobjectionable goals. (adjective)
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Use "unobjectionable" in a sentence
"So the Nazi-Soviet Pact is, in itself, thoroughly unobjectionable from a Russian point of view: “hey, we tried to work something out with the West, but you kept dicking us around so screw you, we’re looking out for #1.”"
"How fast the worm turns: You better not (even) be thought to be a lesbian, because, if you are, you sure aren't "unobjectionable" anymore; that much was made clear by the White House by Thursday."
"Ironic in light of Thursday's declaration about the Solicitor General's supposed sex life, Bazelon's main agenda in her Tuesday Slate piece was to demonstrate that Judge Wood, she of the RICO cum abortion case, might be almost as "unobjectionable" as Kagan."