Definition of objection:
discontent, ban, clamor, support, abhorrence, groan, hesitation, dissatisfaction, reproof, disapprobation, protestation, dislike, odium, indictment, admonition, praise, plaint, dissent, question, exception, censure, invective, disinclination, reprimand, charge, grumbling, doubt, beef, complaining, disapproval, contravention, difference, commendation, depreciation, kick, insistence, faultfinding, expostulation, gravamen, remonstration, unwillingness, squawk, carping, murmur, scolding, accusation, disdain, revulsion, demurrer, lecture, vilification, recommendation, remonstrance, knock, displeasure, declination, aspersion, rejection, permission, reprehension, reproach, denunciation, scruple, sarcasm, imputation, condemnation, rebuke, crack, wail, disesteem, blame, demur, protest, repudiation, dubiousness, lament, acceptance, problem, criticism, frown.
opposition (part of speech: noun)
- response (part of speech: noun)
- protest (part of speech: noun)
- "Ethel Morton at Chautauqua", Mabell S. C. Smith.
- "Quicksands", Adolph Streckfuss.
Then he threw himself down on the bench where he had first seen his wife, saying that he should like to make his home there with her and the boy, if she had no objection, for down below it was not possible for him to continue to live.- "Rico And Wiseli Rico And Stineli, And How Wiseli Was Provided For", Johanna Spyri.