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Meanings of Obis:

noun

A broad sash worn round the waist of a japanese kimono.

Usage examples:

She explained everything to us - from the types and meanings of the different kimonos and obis (clo…

Obit

ˈɒbɪt

Meanings of Obit:

noun

An obituary.

Usage examples:

These are sad stories, but they also are inspirational, heart-warming with a humanity not usually f…

Obiter

ˈdɪktəm

Meanings of Obiter:

adverb

In passing.

Usage examples:

He stated, obiter, that in some circumstances prohibitive cost might justify a discriminatory proce…
adjective

Made or said in passing.

Usage examples:

In his own obiter remarks, he has taken that proposition seemingly much further
noun

Short for obiter dictum.

Meanings of Obits:

noun

An obituary.

Usage examples:

These are sad stories, but they also are inspirational, heart-warming with a humanity not usually f…

Meanings of Obitual:

adjective

Originally: of or relating to an obit or a person's death (especially in "obitual day"). in later use also: of the nature of, or reminiscent of, a newspaper obituary; obituarial.

Meanings of Obituarian:

noun

Obituarist.

Meanings of Obituaries:

noun

A notice of a death, especially in a newspaper, typically including a brief biography of the deceased person.

Usage examples:

His obituary of samuel beckett

Meanings of Obituarize:

verb

To write an obituary notice of or for (a person); to make the subject of an obituary.

Obituary

əˈbɪtʃ.ʊə.ri

Meanings of Obituary:

noun

A notice of a death, especially in a newspaper, typically including a brief biography of the deceased person.

Usage examples:

His obituary of samuel beckett

Obj

ˈɒb.dʒɪkt

Meanings of Obj:

noun

A thing that can be seen, held, or touched, usually not a living thing

Usage examples:

Distant objects look blurry to me., the object of the game of chess is to checkmate your opponent.,…
verb

To feel or express opposition to or dislike of something or someone

Usage examples:

Would anyone object if we started the meeting now?, he objects to the label "magician"., no one obj…

Object

ˈɒb.dʒɪkt

Meanings of Object:

noun

A material thing that can be seen and touched.

Usage examples:

He was dragging a large object
verb

Say something to express one's opposition to or disagreement with something.

Usage examples:

Residents object to the volume of traffic

Meanings of Object-of-the-exercise:

phrase

The result that is wanted from an activity

Usage examples:

In today's session, the object of the exercise is to improve your interpersonal skills., the object…

Object-to

ˈɒb.dʒɪkt

Meanings of Object-to:

noun

A thing that can be seen, held, or touched, usually not a living thing

Usage examples:

Distant objects look blurry to me., the object of the game of chess is to checkmate your opponent.,…

Meanings of Objectable:

adjective

Able to be objected to, objectionable.

Meanings of Objectant:

noun

A person who objects or registers an objection.

Objected

əbˈdʒekt

Meanings of Objected:

verb

Say something to express one's opposition to or disagreement with something.

Usage examples:

Residents object to the volume of traffic
noun

A material thing that can be seen and touched.

Usage examples:

He was dragging a large object

Meanings of Objectee:

noun

A person objected to; a person against whom an objection is made.

Meanings of Objecter:

noun

Objector.

Objectification

ɒbˌdʒek.tɪ.fɪˈkeɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Objectification:

noun

The action of degrading someone to the status of a mere object.

Usage examples:

The objectification of women in popular entertainment

Objectified

əbˈdʒek.tɪ.faɪ

Meanings of Objectified:

verb

Degrade to the status of a mere object.

Usage examples:

A deeply sexist attitude that objectifies women

Meanings of Objectify:

verb

Degrade to the status of a mere object.

Usage examples:

A deeply sexist attitude that objectifies women

Objectifying

əbˈdʒek.tɪ.faɪ

Meanings of Objectifying:

verb

Degrade to the status of a mere object.

Usage examples:

A deeply sexist attitude that objectifies women

Meanings of Objecting:

verb

Say something to express one's opposition to or disagreement with something.

Usage examples:

Residents object to the volume of traffic
noun

A material thing that can be seen and touched.

Usage examples:

He was dragging a large object

Objection

əbˈdʒɛkʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Objection:

noun

An expression or feeling of disapproval or opposition; a reason for disagreeing.

Usage examples:

They have raised no objections to the latest plans

Meanings of Objectionability:

noun

Objectionableness; (also, occasionally) an objection.

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