- s liable to objection or debate; used of something one might take exception to
a thoroughly unpleasant highly exceptionable piece of writing
- With the exception of the always exceptionable coal miners, there had not been a major new strike in six months.
- But the most ill-starred horse of any sex this year was a filly, a most exceptionable filly.
- The book is exceptionable because the reader is led to think that Karmel's handmade wormholes are real.
- Brian Roberts in PC Magazine
Roberts praised Genachowski's "exceptionable combination of public service and real-world business experience, which are vital at this exciting time in communications and technology."