objectionably : Definition, Usages, News and More
- Wyler is neither cocky nor objectionably conceited, but he vigorously maintains that "the best picture or star in the world is not worth a tinker's damn without good direction.
- Once considered objectionably socialist on economic issues, the President has moved closer to the center.
- It is not as objectionably cute as that of Water Birds, in which whooping cranes mated to Liszt's Second Hungarian Rhapsody, but it is bad enough.
- Marcel Berlins in BBC News
Most objectionably, they remove from students the right to exercise any discretion, to work out for themselves what's best for them, to be responsible by their own volition and not because they have been forced into it,says Marcel Berlins, a...