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Pray, do you not think that a proper dedication may atone for what is exceptionable in them?
LIFE AND CORRESPONDENCE OF DAVID HUME, VOLUME II (OF 2)JOHN HILL BURTON
But the Judge also discharges a still more exceptionable office, that of interrupter on the part of the crown.
LETTER TO SIR SAMUEL SHEPHERDANONYMOUS
This Comedian, tho' the most exceptionable, is modest upon the Comparison.
A SHORT VIEW OF THE IMMORALITY, AND PROFANENESS OF THE ENGLISH STAGEJEREMY COLLIER
In the quarters about to be given in detail the evidence is less exceptionable.
OPUSCULAROBERT GORDON LATHAM
He is very entertaining company, and very vain of his personal beauties; yet nevertheless his character is exceptionable.
AMERICAN HISTORICAL AND LITERARY CURIOSITIES, PART 12.JOHN JAY SMITH
All men have local attachments, which lead them to believe their own practice to be the least exceptionable.
DISSERTATION ON THE ENGLISH LANGUAGENOAH WEBSTER, JR.
The morals of both brothers were as exceptionable in private as in public life.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOL. 60, NO. 373, NOVEMBER 1846VARIOUS
But such is the force of habit: it appeared a less exceptionable affectation in the young peer than in the commoner.
THE LIFE OF LORD BYRONJOHN GALT
The right of equal suffrage among the States is another exceptionable part of the Confederation.
THE FEDERALIST PAPERSALEXANDER HAMILTON, JOHN JAY, AND JAMES MADISON
And those were the exceptionable words concerning her son which so rankled that evening in the heart of Mrs. Ruggles.
NOT PRETTY, BUT PRECIOUSJOHN HAY, ET AL.
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