unobjective

ADJECTIVE
  1. (of e.g. evidence) not objective or easily verified
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How To Use unobjective In A Sentence

  • Similarly, like Locke, I have experienced the sting of being told I'm being "too sensitive" or "unobjective" about race many times, because of, yep, my race. Sarah J. Jackson: Why I Want to Talk about Race, And Why You Should, Too
  • As an unobjective observer, who is sometimes very critical of my husband, he has done a phenomenal job.
  • Unobjective egotism aside, the irony is delightful.
  • The remembered past is unobjective, but it is meaningful and valid to more people because they participate in its transmission.
  • Our own behavior is, at times, strange, unsettling and unobjective. Ramnath Subramanian: The Bhagavad Gita and the Problem of the Ego
  • Allegory in itself is far too unobjective for art.
  • She is very compassionate - vegetarian, pro human rights campaigner, etc. can be over compassionate and unobjective, at one point * spoiler alert* stopping jack from killing someone, which later proves to be a very bad decision. Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » Sandman’s Review Forum
  • It seems Charlie had the misfortune of a professional association with the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal and thus was deemed to be an "unobjective" candidate. The Lubbock Avalanche-Journal:Today's Headlines
  • I tend to view advice given to me by friends and family as biased or at least unobjective.
  • if you say that the I.D.F are not objective, I say you that you know on the intervention of Arieal Sharon only because I.D.F, and after this "unobjective" investigated Ariel Sharon was been fired from the govemant. Non-Violent Resistance
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