Definition of subjective:
separate, grammatical, inbred, inhering, personal, allegedly, doubtful, speculative, fanciful, individualized, biased, alleged, conditional, prejudiced, natural, innate, popular, deterministic, private, judgmental, nonconformist, utopian, illusory, privy, deictic, discretionary, metaphysical, immanent, declarative, unique, theoretical, singular, native, indwelling, congenital, unverifiable, mental, unsubstantiated, personalized, inborn, inseparable, orthodox, idiomatic, inflected, inwrought, complex, infixed, inherent, abstract, compound, supposed, peculiar, nonobjective, seemingly, surprise, essential, apparently, unobjective, feminine, opinion, particular, anecdotal, idiosyncratic, conceptual, patented, frequentative, unfounded, indispensable, ingrained.
- "Legacy", James H Schmitz.
I have been suggesting that, if our pleasure and glory in the poetry of Wordsworth's age is tinged with disappointment, this does not extend to the lyrical poetry; that the lyrical spirit, or, more generally, an inward or subjective tendency, shows itself in many of the longer works; and that their imperfection is partly due to it.- "Oxford Lectures on Poetry", Andrew Cecil Bradley.
- "Real Ghost Stories", William T. Stead.