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From objection +‎ -able.

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objectionable (comparative more objectionable, superlative most objectionable)

  1. Arousing disapproval; worthy of objection; offensive.
    Before removing objectionable material, you'll have to decide what will offend people.
    • 1944 January and February, C. F. Cobon, “The County of London Plan”, in Railway Magazine, page 24:
      The L.C.C. [London County Council] considers viaducts in London objectionable and a hindrance to town planning and would like to abolish all the Southern Railway lines on viaducts in South London. [Nothing much happened, they still exist.]

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