- a (of behavior or especially language) free from objectionable elements; fit for all observers
- s not causing disapproval
- s not objectionable; it's the means that one can't accept"
the ends are unobjectionable
- Renewable fuels has become one of those motherhood-and-apple-pie catchphrases, as unobjectionable as the troops or the middle class.
- And the opening minutes luxuriating in dramatic shots of lava flows, stalactites and waterfalls promise plenty of unobjectionable, pledge-drive-friendly nature porn.
- Of 370 films reviewed by the Legion of Decency, said Bishop Ready, 164 were A-1 (morally unobjectionable for general patronage); 141 were A-2 (morally unobjectionable for adults .
News & Articles
- Does The United States Gain Anything From Its Relationship With Estonia?
Barack Obama recently had a friendly meeting with the presidents of Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia. Nothing particularly important was decided but it was an opportunity to talk a lot about "shared values" "shared interests" and other pleasant sounding phrases that everyone finds unobjectionable. After all, who could possibly be against cooperation in "trade and investment" or "global development?"
Aug. 31, 2013 - Forbes
- Rick Santorum in Kaiser network.org
Santorum writes, "This legislation is morally unobjectionable, destroys no life and has the potential to benefit millions," so it is "astounding" that members of the House "elected to block [the bill's] passage."
- Harry Reid in Atlantic Online
As Senator Reid stated on the Senate floor on December 19, "facing possible defeat for their own nominee, the Republicans would prefer to hold the remaining 3 unobjectionable nominees hostage and render the FEC unable to function in the next...