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    shb27 is offline Junior Member
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    Default unacceptable and unaccepted

    Is there a difference between unacceptable and unaccepted?

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    Rover_KE is offline Moderator
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    Default Re: unacceptable and unaccepted

    'Unaccepted' means not accepted. 'Unnacceptable' means not able to be accepted.

    'After three months in his new job he still felt unaccepted by his colleagues.'

    'Your rudeness is completely unacceptable.'

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