Definition of Subjective:

  1. Based on (or related to) attitudes, beliefs, or opinions, instead of on verifiable evidence or phenomenon. Contrasts with objective.

  2. The subjective case.

  3. Relating to or denoting a case of nouns and pronouns used for the subject of a sentence.

  4. Based on or influenced by personal feelings, tastes, or opinions.

Synonyms of Subjective

Abstract, Biased, Cerebral, Conceptive, Conceptual, Deep-seated, Egocentric, Egoistic, Endopsychic, Esoteric, Idiosyncratic, Immanent, Implanted, Implicit, Inalienable, Individual, Indwelling, Infixed, Ingoing, Ingrained, Inherent, Inner, Inner-directed, Intellectual, Intelligent, Internal, Intrinsic, Introversive, Introvert, Introverted, Inward, Inwrought, Irreducible, Mental, Noetic, Nominative, Nonobjective, Noological, Personal, Phrenic, Prejudiced, Private, Psychic, Psychologic, Rational, Reasoning, Resident, Secret, Self-serving, Selfish, Spiritual, Thinking, Unalienable, Unchallengeable, Unquestionable, Personal, Personalized, Individual, Internal, Emotional, Instinctive, Intuitive, Impressionistic

How to use Subjective in a sentence?

  1. His views are highly subjective.
  2. Ken tried to keep an objective point of view about abortion, but couldnt get past the subjective bias of his personal belief system.
  3. The lawyers evidence was all subjective , not based in reality that was presented to the panel of jurors in the courtroom that day.
  4. His comments were subjective because he was talking about the way his daughter had behaved so he could not be objective.

Meaning of Subjective & Subjective Definition