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Spell check of objective

Correct spelling: objective

Synonyms:
intent, representational, callous, cold-blooded, accusatory, outward, impersonal, fair, insensitive, invariable, square, physical, aim, real-world, unprejudiced, just, symbolist, non-subjective, hardened, evenhanded, blunt, tough-minded, nonfictional, search, passive, real, numb, hard-boiled, matter-of-fact, indifferent, nonchalant, goal, stony, substantive, end, quest, factual, palpable, constructivist, romantic, verifiable, neoclassic, genuine, unemotional, detached, exterior, unchangeable, candid, feminine, naturalist, hardhearted, outer, surrealist, extrinsic, impartial, primitivistic, firm, phenomenal, determinable, pursuit, natural, target, point, observational, abstract, object glass, outside, equal, accusative, intention, cubist, fair game, pragmatic, heading, existential, modernist, grammatical, tangible, external, measurable, design, bearing, surface, target area, inflected, emotionless, unfeeling, mission, peripheral, nonrepresentational, equitable, uncompassionate, extraneous, expressionist, actual, material, scientific, definitely, corporeal, sober, clinical, tough, accusive, passionless, conditional, prey, excite, Dadaist, representationalist, lodestar, frequentative, historical, unromantic, apparent, unconcerned, planned, meaning, profession, undeniable, kosher, documentary, deictic, sure, purpose, body, aspiration, face, subjective, substantial, fair-minded, mental, classical, role, practical, definite, neotraditional, literal, life work, vocation, cool, documental, true, mark, solid, concrete, hard, nonpartisan, idealist, quarry, declarative, physical object, destination, bodily, pragmatical, experimental, view, accurate, matter, neoimpressionist, down-to-earth, dispassionate, authentic, nonsubjective, hardheaded, compound, anesthetized, unsympathetic, certain, aloof, disinterested, undertaking, way, sensible, heartless, ambition, neutral, why, accusing, complex, ruthless, experiential, Impressionist, apathetic, unbiased, worldly, prosaic, object, realistic.

Antonyms:
fabulous, chimerical, jaundiced, theoretical, inequitable, mythical, ex parte, personal, unproven, insupportable, prejudiced, dishonest, apocryphal, nonfactual, fantastic, legendary, unobjective, partisan, conjectural, one-sided, fictional, parti pris, fanciful, distorted, exaggerated, arbitrary, colored, hypothetical, unreasonable, subjective, unconscionable, speculative, unsubstantiated, fictionalized, transcendentalist, imagined, metaphysical, unverifiable, make-believe, made-up, fictitious, partial, unauthentic, deceitful, warped, unfriendly, nonobjective, abstract, unjust, invented, unreal, imaginary, deceptive, unsympathetic, biased, unsupportable, visionary, pretend, embroidered, undocumented.

Examples of usage:

1) Whatever his objective, he got, at any rate, well on toward the Pass of the St. Gothard. - "Holbein", Beatrice Fortescue.

2) The young man whose objective is to get a snap shows he has not ambition, and surely this young man will occupy inferior positions as long as he gets a job through pull. - "Dollars and Sense", Col. Wm. C. Hunter.

3) Neither exists as an objective reality. - "The Instant of Now", Irving E. Cox, Jr..

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