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exceptionable (adjective), more exceptionable, most exceptionable
Liable to create or provoke objection, or disapproval; objectionable: Of all of Tom's essays, the last one was exceptionable because his teacher was sure he had copied much of it from the internet.
This entry is located in the following units: -able (page 13) cap-, cip-, capt-, cept-, ceive, -ceipt, -ceit, -cipient (page 6)
exceptionable, exceptional
exceptionable (ik SEP shuh nuh buhl) (adjective)
Describing something liable to be objectionable or offensive: The teachers attempted to censor the disgusting or exceptionable passages in the new novel assigned to the students.
exceptional (ik SEP shuh nuhl) (adjective)
Pertaining to a condition differing from the norm, either better than average or worse than average: There was an exceptional amount of rain in the summer and, as a result, the rivers ran very high.

The exceptional remark made by the politician was deemed exceptionable by the electoral committee.