unacceptability


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un·ac·cept·a·ble

 (ŭn′ĭk-sĕp′tə-bəl, -ăk-)
adj.
Not acceptable; unsatisfactory.

un′ac·cept′a·bil′i·ty n.
un′ac·cept′a·bly adv.
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unacceptability

(ˌʌnəkˌsɛptəˈbɪlətɪ)
n
the state or condition of being unacceptable
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.unacceptability - unsatisfactoriness by virtue of not conforming to approved standardsunacceptability - unsatisfactoriness by virtue of not conforming to approved standards
unsatisfactoriness - the quality of being inadequate or unsuitable
inadmissibility - unacceptability as a consequence of not being admissible
errancy - (Christianity) holding views that disagree with accepted doctrine; especially disagreement with papal infallibility; "he denies the errancy of the Catholic Church"
acceptability, acceptableness - satisfactoriness by virtue of conforming to approved standards
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"They emphasized the unacceptability of attempts to ensure one country's security at the expense of other countries' security and noted that the unilateral and unlimited buildup of missile defense systems by certain countries or groups of states was detrimental to international security and a destabilizing factor in the world," the statement said.
"In this regard, the embassy turned to the Moscow State University and, a clear answer was received about the non-involvement of the respected university in this event, as well as the generally unacceptability of such events within the walls of Moscow State University.
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government in support of the rule of law," and pointed to the corporation's "Trust Principles," which make no mention of the acceptability or unacceptability of providing data services to the agency.
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