ob·jec·tion noun \əb-ˈjek-shən\
: a reason for disagreeing with or opposing something : a reason for objecting
law : an act of formally objecting to something during a trial.
—used as an interjection by lawyers during trials when they think something is not fair or proper
a : a reason or argument presented in opposition
b : a feeling or expression of disapproval
Examples of OBJECTION
- My main objection is that some people will have to pay more than others.
- He said he had no objection to the plan.
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Related to OBJECTION
- challenge, complaint, demur, demurral, demurrer, difficulty, exception, expostulation, fuss, kick, protest, question, remonstrance, stink
Rhymes with OBJECTION
, cross section
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