Antonym: objective. Similar words: objective, subject, subject to, be subject to, objection, detective, protective, perspective. Meaning: [səb'dʒektɪv] adj. 1. taking place within the mind and modified by individual bias 2. of a mental act performed entirely within the mind.
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1. Everyone's opinion is bound to be subjective.
2. The criticisms are purely subjective.
3. As a critic, he is far too subjective.
4. We know that taste in art is a subjective matter.
5. Our perception of things is often influenced by subjective factors, such as tiredness.
6. The way they interpreted their past was highly subjective.
7. This view is subjective and therefore open to disagreement.
8. This is a subjective judgement of her abilities.
9. Taste in art is essentially subjective.
10. Experience is subjective and very hard to measure.
11. Human perception is highly imperfect and by definition subjective.
12. More specific and less subjective criteria should be used in selecting people for promotion within the company.
13. The ratings were based on the subjective judgement of one person.
14. A literary critic should not be too subjective in his approach.
15. This method is very crude and subjective.
16. It grossly exaggerates the amount of subjective culpability.
17. Evaluative core beliefs, however, are often highly subjective.
18. A person's perception of stress is often very subjective.
19. The test is a subjective one.
20. Finally, the study reveals how information specialists' subjective orientations further individualize the use of this ideology.
21. If action stems from subjective meanings, it follows that the sociologist must discover those meanings in order to understand action.
22. Nor are subjective meanings or rational choices independent of public social rules for doing the right or rational thing.
23. Both relatively objective and relatively subjective criteria present other problems.
24. A subjective view Choreographers can also take a more subjective view of their work.
25. I think my husband is the most handsome man in the world, but I realize my judgment is rather subjective.
26. Any comparison that is not strictly factual runs the risk of being interpreted as subjective.
27. Given the standard revenue account above there are two further issues which this objective versus subjective classification introduces.
28. Review over findings of fact has also increased as the judiciary have increased their control over open-textured and subjective conditions of jurisdiction.
29. This makes driving an ideal context in which to understand the concept of subjective risk and explore its relationship with memory.
30. Our second tentative conclusion is that social services may have reduced people's subjective sense of inequality.
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