Related to Objectable: objectionable


a.1.Such as can be presented in opposition; that may be put forward as an objection.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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If there is anything objectable, then the board keeping in mind the sentiments of people, should remove it.
They cause the changing of water quality, as regards agricultural irrigation and provision of fresh water, rather objectable results have been occurred.
The utilitarian jusitifcation of Pareto efficiency, according to which the Pareto test allows to maximize the sum of individuals' utilities, is therefore highly objectable. On the utilitarian justification of the Pareto principle and a comparison with alternative normative foundations of Pareto efficiency, see Coleman (1980).
Earlier this week PTI Chief Imran Khan also appeared before the district returning officer to explain his objectable remarks for Nawaz Sharif.
Where a particular treatment, intervention, activity or practice is morally objectable to the nurse, whether intrinsically so or because it is inappropriate for the specific patient, or where it may jeopardize patients and nursing practice, the nurse is justified in refusing to participate on moral grounds.
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