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accusative denoting, relating to, or in a grammatical case that usu. marks direct objects of verbs or objects of prepositions; objective. [1/3 definitions]
alienation a state of profound disaffection from the world of objective reality. [1/3 definitions]
avenue a way of reaching an objective. [1/2 definitions]
case1 any of the categories, such as "objective" or "dative," that designate such a relationship, or any such inflected form of a word. [1/9 definitions]
cinéma vérité (French) a style of filmmaking in which realism is the objective, accomplished through filming unscripted everyday situations with hand-held cameras.
clinical emotionally detached; objective; analytical. [1/3 definitions]
existential of, concerning, or based on objective experience. [1/3 definitions]
Fabian Society an organization established by English socialists in 1884 whose objective was to spread socialism through gradual reform.
feint to move or attack so as to mislead an opponent away from the real objective. [1/5 definitions]
fool to pretend, as to some unintended purpose or objective. [2/11 definitions]
game plan any planned strategy to reach an objective. [1/2 definitions]
hypostatize to present or consider (an idea, concept, or the like) as having concrete, objective reality or form.
impartial not partial or prejudiced; even-handed or objective.
me the objective case of I.
natural science the branches of science that deal with objective, measurable phenomena as observed in nature, such as biology and chemistry.
nihilism a philosophy that holds that there is no objective basis for moral truths and therefore traditional values are meaningless. [1/3 definitions]
nonego the external, objective world. [1/2 definitions]
nosepiece the lower part of a microscope to which the objective lenses are attached. [1/3 definitions]
obj. abbreviation of "objective." [1/2 definitions]
object glass see objective.
objectify to present or regard as an object, esp. of the physical senses; cause to be external or objective.