objectively objectively  /ɑb ˈdʒɛk tɪv li/


  • (adv) with objectivity


  1. Growing development, production, transportation costs and technological challenges objectively require such consultations.
  2. It's like your family: it doesn't matter whether it's objectively better than someone else's.
  3. The fourth reason that the effectiveness of harsh techniques could not be known objectively remains classified, and was redacted on the released document.


  1. News : OBSESSIVE COMPULSIONS: FILTER’s Weekly Picks Featuring Bob Benson, Club Amok + More

    FILTER likes music. There's no hiding it. We also like our own opinions a whole bunch, so once a week we give the masses a fleeting glimpse into our selective stereos and Internet browsers to let them see firsthand what fuels our endless devotion. We like to think of it as community service. We're selfless like that. So without further ado, here are the official, inarguable, objectively good ...
    on June 18, 2013     Source: Filter Magazine

  2. Who Should Take Antidepressants?

    A brain scan could help objectively identify who will benefit, and who won't.        
    on June 14, 2013     Source: The Atlantic


  1. "It wasn't that objectively [Saddam] had done more, it was that our perception of the risk had shifted," Blair said. "If those people inspired by this religious fanaticism [on Sept. 11] could have killed 30,000, they would have. From that...
    on Jan 29, 2010 By: Tony Blair Source: CBC.ca

  2. "We need to read history from the source," Afeni Shakur said. "It gives people the opportunity to judge him objectively. What we want to do is educate."
    on Sep 25, 2009 By: Afeni Shakur Source: San Jose Mercury News

  3. "Only when the cloud of these unfair and untrue charges is removed, will it truly be possible to determine objectively whether I can be an effective leader of the World Bank," Wolfowitz said.
    on Apr 30, 2007 By: Paul Wolfowitz Source: Reuters Canada

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