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censor an official who examines written works, films, plays, and the like in order to delete parts that are considered objectionable on political, moral, or other grounds. [1/6 definitions]
exceptionable likely to be objected to; objectionable.
ill-favored tending to give offense; objectionable. [1/2 definitions]
nasty morally or socially objectionable; obscene, ill-tempered, or malicious. [1/3 definitions]
toad an objectionable or unpleasant person. [1/3 definitions]
ugly objectionable or offensive in some way; repulsive; disagreeable. [1/4 definitions]
undesirable not wanted or liked; unattractive, unfavorable, or objectionable. [1/2 definitions]
unobjectionable combined form of objectionable.
unspeakable too objectionable or shocking to be expressed or described; extremely bad. [1/3 definitions]
unwholesome morally objectionable or unhealthy. [1/3 definitions]
vermin any of numerous insects or small animals, such as cockroaches or mice, that are destructive, harmful, or otherwise objectionable or difficult to control. [2/3 definitions]
vile morally base or socially objectionable. [1/4 definitions]
villainous of or pertaining to that which is vile; objectionable or despicable. [1/2 definitions]