unacceptably

Not within the limits of what is generally considered to be acceptable

The levels of lead in marine hull paints are still unacceptably high.


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  • unacceptably — adverb see unacceptable …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • unacceptably — adv. in a manner that is not acceptable, in an unsatisfactory manner …   English contemporary dictionary

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