In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- He may telegraph from his country much news which is unexceptionable.
- The law would be rightly open to ridicule, for transactions such as these are unexceptionable.
- Based on news accounts and these excerpts, his speech seems to have been unexceptionable (albeit platitudinous).
- Though this may be unexceptionable enough from the point of view of gender, it's a messy and ungainly solution stylistically, and one to be avoided.
- Despite these unexceptionable advantages, critics have objected to the land tax on the following grounds.
- This was an unexceptionable statement with which George would not have argued; but by itself it said little.
- Their belief in the worth and dignity of all human beings is unexceptionable.
- These demands, for a deeper and more genuine federalism, were unexceptionable.
- As a statement of society's moral consensus Shell's point is unexceptionable.
- Isn't that a bit of a stretch from a fairly unexceptionable paragraph?
- It is unexceptionable to note that an obsession with violence has always been characteristic of American movies.
- On one level, the idea is unexceptionable, indeed worthy of applause.
- If the motion is to refer the bill to a select committee, then I think that is unexceptionable.
- I believe that the problem in this country is that we have a culture in which most of the population see getting drunk as unexceptionable and, in fact, a bit of a laugh.
- Such generalities are, for the most part, unexceptionable.
- In a civilized country, one would think, legislation to protect kids from violence and harassment in their schools should be unexceptionable.
- This first conclusion seems unexceptionable.
- These are unexceptionable propositions, but there is more to the urban environment than that.
- Whenever I have met Paul, I have found him to be entirely unexceptionable company.
- The purpose seems unexceptionable in its modesty.
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