Definition of Subjective:
Based on (or related to) attitudes, beliefs, or opinions, instead of on verifiable evidence or phenomenon. Contrasts with objective.
The subjective case.
Relating to or denoting a case of nouns and pronouns used for the subject of a sentence.
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?
- His views are highly subjective.
- Ken tried to keep an objective point of view about abortion, but couldnt get past the subjective bias of his personal belief system.
- The lawyers evidence was all subjective , not based in reality that was presented to the panel of jurors in the courtroom that day.
- His comments were subjective because he was talking about the way his daughter had behaved so he could not be objective.
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