Thesaurus / exceptionable

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The Latin substitution of the combination th for the simple single θ, was exceptionable.
Even the least exceptionable historic abridgments require the corrections of a patient parent.
Yet the example here given is by no means the most exceptionable for the number of authorities cited.
NOAH WEBSTERHORACE E. SCUDDER
If there were one exceptionable page in a book, otherwise valuable, instead of suppressing the page, she suppressed the book.
A critic, though not very ſevere, will diſcover many faults of ſtyle, even where the matter may not be exceptionable.
But it really appears to me that the means which this act employs are at least as exceptionable as the end.
The morals of both brothers were as exceptionable in private as in public life.
Rask's derivation of the Anglo-Saxon swilc from swa-ylc, is exceptionable.
It is good that authors should be remunerated; and the least exceptionable way of remunerating them is by a monopoly.
You ask, Who would think you might not read to her the least exceptionable parts of a letter written in my own defence?
CLARISSA, VOLUME 7SAMUEL RICHARDSON

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