Definition of unobjectionable:
neat, blank, sportsmanlike, admissible, accept, white, fair, uninfected, acceptable, clear, clean-living, sporting, clean, light, innocuous, unclouded, antiseptic, inoffensive, fresh, innocent, sporty, uncontaminating.
Our hypothetical construction meets these arguments, and shows that the account of the world given by common sense and physical science can be interpreted in a way which is logically unobjectionable, and finds a place for all the data, both hard and soft.- "Our Knowledge of the External World as a Field for Scientific Method in Philosophy", Bertrand Russell.
- "A Retrospect", James Hudson Taylor.
If the principal verb need can also govern the infinitive without to, as all our grammarians have supposed, then there is a third form which is unobjectionable, and my pupils may take their choice of the three.- "The Grammar of English Grammars", Goold Brown.