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Another word for object

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Noun
  1. Something having material existence

    See also:

    thing

  2. One that exists independently

    See also:

    thing

    be

  3. A separate and distinct portion of matter

    See also:

    matter

Verb
  1. To express opposition, often by argument

  2. To have an objection

    See also:

    concern

Another word for object

Noun
  1. A corporeal body

    See also:

    thing

  2. A purpose

    See also:

    purpose

  3. One who receives

Synonym Study

  • Demur implies the raising of objections or the taking of exception so as to delay action I demurred at her proposal to keep the store open late
  • Expostulate suggests strong, earnest pleading or argument to change another's views or actions his father expostulated with him about his impulsiveness
  • Remonstrate implies protest and argument in demonstrating to another that he or she is wrong or blameworthy he remonstrated against her hostile attitude
  • Protest implies the making of strong, often formal, spoken or written objection to something they protested the new tax increases
  • Object implies opposition to something, whether openly expressed or not, because of strong dislike or disapproval I object to their meddling