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Definition of objection:

  1. Cause of trouble; sorrow.
  2. That which is, or may be, presented in opposition; an adverse reason or argument; a reason for objecting; obstacle; impediment; as, I have no objection to going; unreasonable objections.
  3. The act of objecting; as, to prevent agreement, or action, by objection.

Synonyms:

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.

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