objectify objectify


  1. (v) make external or objective, or give reality to
  2. (v) make impersonal or present as an object


  1. It's not subtle, but then it doesn't objectify anybody, and it has a winner of a hook.
  2. It's not subtle, but then it doesn't objectify anybody, and it has a winner of a hook.
  3. Some writers do not like to see so much of themselves on the page and prefer to objectify the words through a writing machine.


  • Get listed to see the Coathangers’ brash garage punk at Backbooth

    Not to completely objectify them, but instead to just acknowledge hot shit when I see it: The Coathangers are rocking babes from Atlanta who started making music for the purpose of partying, so there’s a pretty good chance their upcoming show at Backbooth on Friday, July 12 will rival the tumultous fun time their former tour-mates, the Thermals, always manage to bring. We’ve got two spots on the ...
    on July 10, 2013     Source: Orlando Weekly


  1. ...an interview picked up by MSNBC.com, Witherspoon tells Marie Claire it's flabbergasting how many legitimate actresses think they will get more out of life "if they take off their clothes and objectify themselves, instead of functioning on...
    on Aug 8, 2005 By: Reese Witherspoon Source: Seattle Post Intelligencer

  2. "But there's a double standard with featuring female nudity and featuring male nudity," Ford adds. "When people say to me, 'Well, you objectify women,' [I say] I'm an equal opportunity objectifier. We had a lot of magazines reject the female...
    on Oct 10, 2007 By: Tom Ford Source: Radar Online

  3. "One of the things we're exploring this year is how we tend to objectify people in society that we don't know anything about," Cuse says. "We start to see what the world might look like from The Others' point of view and what their view of...
    on Oct 3, 2006 By: Carlton Cuse Source: USA Today

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