object

Part of speech: verb

To allege as a reason against something.

Part of speech: verb

To declare oneself opposed to something.

Part of speech: noun

Anything that may be perceived by the senses.

Part of speech: noun

That which is affected by an action.

Part of speech: noun

A purpose; aim.

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Usage examples "object":

  1. " If you do not object, I would really like to go," said Patches simply. - "When A Man's A Man", Harold Bell Wright.
  2. Mercy guessed what the object was; she knew but too well what Horace wanted of her. - "The New Magdalen", Wilkie Collins.
  3. " If only my father does not object," murmured Ted. - "Ted and the Telephone", Sara Ware Bassett.