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Objective

Pronunciation of Objective
/ɒbd͡ʒˈɛktɪv/, /ɒbd‍ʒˈɛktɪv/, /ɒ_b_dʒ_ˈɛ_k_t_ɪ_v/

Antonyms for objective:

prejudiced, biased, warm, passionate, partial, subjective, unreal, one-sided.

Synonyms for objective:

Sense 1

honest-to-goodness, sure, well-grounded, truly, true-life, fair, determinate, decidedly, definite, categorically, incontestable, easily, unarguable, ironclad, realistically, genuine, direction, drive at, fair-minded, undisputed, apparent, unquestioned, scientific, indisputable, definitive, foursquare, hard-edged, hands down, certified, irrefutable, physically, undoubted, well-founded, authoritative, definitely, confirmed, unanswerable, squarely, Grounded, unchallenged, role, believable, categorical, incontrovertible, well-informed, orientation, Cast iron, objectively, well-documented, unromantic, tenable, pragmatical, undeniable, gritty, tough-minded, cut-and-dried, rational, plausible, bona fide, certifiable, informed, de facto.

Sense 2

kosher, authentic, down-to-earth, unprejudiced, naturalistic, distance, three-dimensional, hard-and-fast, pragmatic, mental, substantive, prosaic, sensible, sight, reasonable, harsh, certain, phenomenal, accurate.

Sense 3

theater, practical, firm, matter of fact, strong, why, equitable, square, actual, hardheaded.

Sense 4

function, absolute, just, meaning, sober, come in.

Sense 6

way.

Sense 9

view.

Sense 10

good.

Sense 11

end.

Sense 14

point.

aim

cause.

neutral

neutral, independent.

prophetic

oracular.

unprejudiced

nonpartisan.

Other synonyms and related words:

direction, accusatory, physically, design, heading, clinical, sure, purpose, certifiable, experiential, rational, candid, nonpartisan, oracular, true, three-dimensional, pragmatical, impersonal, quarry, point, sensible, phenomenal, target area, scientific, actual, bona fide, categorically, hardheaded, factual, unprejudiced, nonsubjective, genuine, down-to-earth, accusative, equitable, neutral, accusing, orientation, accurate, physical object, informed, equal, plan, role, harsh, verifiable, certain, objectively, well-founded, true-life, square, function, fair, authoritative, object, prosaic, determinate, bearing, experimental, view, cause, certified, sober, theater, end, empirical, meaning, unchallenged, substantive, distance, absolute, easily, cut-and-dried, Grounded, independent, incontestable, honest-to-goodness, why, reasonable, nonfictional, thing, idea, representational, object glass, mark, existential, tenable, undisputed, prey, literal, unromantic, evenhanded, matter of fact, dream, undoubted, butt, fair game, documentary, way, decidedly, fair-minded, tough-minded, practical, hands down, intent, pragmatic, ironclad, just.

artistic style (adjective)

modernist, nonrepresentational, Dadaist, neotraditional, symbolist, neoclassic, abstract, expressionist, idealist, romantic, surrealist, cubist, classical, impressionist, neoimpressionist, representationalist, constructivist, realistic, primitivistic, naturalist.

fair, impartial (adjective)

impersonal, disinterested, cool, just, evenhanded, nonpartisan, equitable, unemotional, detached, dispassionate, unprejudiced, unbiased.

material (adjective)

palpable, natural, substantial, corporeal, real, physical, tangible, solid, worldly, concrete, material.

nonpartisan (adjective)

nonpartisan, independent.

objective (adjective)

outside, external, disinterested, peripheral, outer, surface, impartial, non-subjective, exterior, extrinsic, detached, unbiased.

outward (adjective)

external, face, outer, exterior, outward, extrinsic, surface, outside.

square (adjective)

square.

Sense 2 (noun)

apparent, accurate, fair, kosher, genuine.

Sense 3 (noun)

role, way, sensible.

Sense 4 (noun)

substantive.

Sense 5 (noun)

just, equitable, nonpartisan, square, unprejudiced, fair-minded.

Sense 6 (noun)

tough-minded, pragmatical, practical, matter of fact, sober, unromantic, hardheaded, prosaic, down-to-earth, pragmatic.

Sense 7 (noun)

meaning, end, point, why, view.

aim, goal (noun)

object, intention, design, target, mission, purpose, aspiration, mark, ambition, end.

cognition (noun)

aim, target, object.

intention (noun)

design.

objective (noun)

nonsubjective, clinical, accusative, object, neutral, object glass, impersonal, target, aim, concrete, verifiable, representational.

pursuit (noun)

lodestar, aspiration, search, vocation, pursuit, goal, profession, quest, ambition, intention, aim, destination, undertaking, target, mission, life work.

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