objectionableness


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ob·jec·tion·a·ble

 (əb-jĕk′shə-nə-bəl)
adj.
Deserving disapproval; offensive: objectionable behavior.

ob·jec′tion·a·bil′i·ty, ob·jec′tion·a·ble·ness n.
ob·jec′tion·a·bly adv.
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Noun1.objectionableness - the quality of being hateful
odiousness, offensiveness, distastefulness - the quality of being offensive
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For those believers who deny the Pauline principle--while agreeing to the general objectionableness of the actions to which the principle applies--Geach's claims offer a challenge of a different register than one would expect: if a theologian denies the principle, must she (sometimes) deny the providence of God?
The second study, which utilized undergraduates from colleges with Protestant Christian ties, demonstrated that the six Religiousness-factor items identified in the first study were significantly positively correlated with their true/false response and Likert ratings of religious objectionableness of the item.
139) Conditions commonly associated with these parcels need to be accepted by people who locate nearby despite their objectionableness.