unobjectionably love



from The Century Dictionary.

  • In an unobjectionable manner.

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  • adverb Not objectionable.


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  • Why can't these same factors provide me, unobjectionably, with a love and loyal commitment to my country?

    The Trials of Devotion 2011

  • As far as adaptations go, it unobjectionably translates the source material into a visual medium.

    A Scanner Darkly Greg Tannahill 2006

  • So coldly concludes he such warm, and, in the main, unobjectionably proposals: Would you not, as you read, have supposed, that the paper would conclude with the most earnest demand of a day? —

    Clarissa Harlowe 2006

  • As far as adaptations go, it unobjectionably translates the source material into a visual medium.

    Archive 2006-11-01 Greg Tannahill 2006

  • We believe that it is unobjectionably just, above all, for those who demonstrate having an interest, vocation, will, behavior, that is why there are 200 openings reserved for youths who completed their service in the revolutionary armed forces ministry -- MINFAR -- who are males, because women are not included in the military draft law -- a small privilege.


  • I prefer Don Calixto's daughter, who at least is naively and unobjectionably stupid.

    Caesar or Nothing P��o Baroja 1914

  • Though each Section of the Church may not acquiesce in the means employed by any other, they may view those of every other as conscientiously, though not unobjectionably, giving diffusion to the views of the truth which those entertain.

    The Ordinance of Covenanting John Cunningham 1856

  • Mill, of course, is explicitly not holding everything else equal: he's drawing a distinction by comparing Socrates to the fool - another distinction we can unobjectionably know - and his "better" clearly applies to this distinction.

    The Barefoot Bum 2010

  • We can unobjectionably know that Socrates is in some sense "unsatisfied" and the fool

    The Barefoot Bum 2010

  • Castro, 82, was critical of those guided the squad, noting that the team was "unobjectionably beaten and needed to get the pertinent lessons."

    Caribbean Net News Daily Headlines 2009


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