Pronunciation of Objective
/ɒbd͡ʒˈɛktɪv/, /ɒbdʒˈɛktɪv/, /ɒ_b_dʒ_ˈɛ_k_t_ɪ_v/
Antonyms for objective:
Synonyms for objective:
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.
kosher, authentic, down-to-earth, unprejudiced, naturalistic, distance, three-dimensional, hard-and-fast, pragmatic, mental, substantive, prosaic, sensible, sight, reasonable, harsh, certain, phenomenal, accurate.
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)
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
Sense 7 (noun)
aim, goal (noun)
Usage examples for objective:
- He did not know that out of my sorrow had been born at last a strange kind of happiness- the happiness that springs from loving a memory- living with a memory- till it becomes a presence- an objective reality. - "Aylwin", Theodore Watts-Dunton.
- This makes them incapable of taking a purely objective interest in anything, and the reason for it is, I fancy, as follows. - "Essays of Schopenhauer", Arthur Schopenhauer.