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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.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.objectionably - in an obnoxious manner; "he said so in one of his more offensively intellectually arrogant sentences"
Translations
بِصورةٍ مُثيرَةٍ للإعْتِراض أو مَكْروهَه
frastødende
kifogásolható módon
á fráhrindandi hátt
itiraz edilecek şekilde

objectionably

advunangenehm

object2

(əbˈdʒekt) verb
(often with to) to feel or express dislike or disapproval. He wanted us to travel on foot but I objected (to that).
objection (əbˈdʒekʃən) noun
1. an expression of disapproval. He raised no objection to the idea.
2. a reason for disapproving. My objection is that he is too young.
obˈjectionable (-ˈdʒekʃə-) adjective
unpleasant. a very objectionable person.
obˈjectionably adverb
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What would be really interesting to hear, though, would be the thoughts of the objectionably 'woke' sorts who say Britain should hand the Falklands to Argentina and Gibraltar to Spain.
'The malafide intent and unfairness in the initiation of criminal proceedings is also quite evident from the fact that Prosecution quite unfairly, objectionably and abusing power authority and prosecutorial discretion singled out the Applicant and indicted him to face baseless and groundless charges.'
Given that one's social identity is in no small part of a function of one's positive commitments in controversial areas, CVA has unsurprisingly been regarded as objectionably "spineless." That said, CVA seems like an unavoidable consequence of a prominent view in the epistemology of disagreement--conformism--according to which the rational response to discovering that someone you identify as an epistemic peer or expert about p disagrees with you vis-a-vis p is to withhold judgment.
But politics -- and the politics of aesthetics -- have most starkly imbued the choice between "Green Book" and "BlacKkKlansman." To its detractors, "Green Book's" old-fashioned mode of storytelling -- from the centering of a white protagonist to a preference for earnestness and sentimentality over tougher realism -- make it objectionably out of step with an era that demands more nuanced reckonings with racism.
I demonstrate that the view that exclusion criteria that objectionably harm members limit states with respect to their right to exclude prospective immigrants can successfully be adopted by statist arguments in response to the newcomer-by-birth objection.
According to the UN report by Ben Emmerson, who visited the kingdom last year as UN special rapporteur on counter-terrorism, the definition of terrorism in laws enacted in 2014 was "objectionably broad".
We have already seen an important example of this point: interest aggregation objectionably leaves open the possibility of imposing concentrated burdens on an arbitrarily selected individual who is made an example of, in order to achieve diffuse benefits in the form of crime reduction.
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Observing that while the court had enough moderately objectionably content, CJP said it preferred to exercise a high degree of restraint.
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407, 411 (2016) (noting that remedial clauses are objectionable since they "displace the public's role in determining the content of an important area of law and objectionably displace the judiciary's role in providing fair and impartial judgments about the public significance of legal wrongs").
Sanctions are available only if allegations are "utterly lacking in support," and "objectionably frivolous." Leigh Handelman Smollar, The Importance of Conducting Thorough Investigations of Confidential Witnesses in Securities Fraud Litigation, 46 Loy.