Use "objected" in a sentence
1. He objected in a forceful manner.
2. We objected strongly but were outvoted.
3. Even some astronomers objected to Galileo’s opinion.
4. The little mite had objected strongly.
5. Cooper objected to its solemnity and selfrighteousness.
6. They objected that the plan was risky.
7. 4 He strongly objected against the decision.
8. “That does not sound too convincing,” he objected.
9. Many communists objected to any form of private property .
10. I objected to having to rewrite the article.
11. He had objected angrily to some remarks from Archconservative …
12. The parish objected to some of the vicar's reforms.
13. Attorney Kathleen O'Connor repeatedly objected, citing Harris's earlier convictions.
14. 20 Several readers objected to the article's strong Republican slant.
15. The director objected to the cuts ordered by the censor.
16. When it was time for his mission, his parents objected.
17. It was not that I objected to the public baths.
18. He objected strenuously to the stand his party was taking.
19. Some viewers objected to the interracial romance the show portrays.
20. They objected to being blown up for the slightest fault.
21. Some persons objected that announcers'articulation was too meticulous to be natural.
22. 7 It may be objected that not enough manpower is available.
23. Religious traditionalists objected to theories of evolution being taught in schools.
24. • The complainant objected to the taping, but was offered no alternatives.
25. Pakistan has also objected to the punishment clauses in the draft Bill.
26. Well, when Athaliah heard all this rejoicing, she ran out and objected.
27. Among the targets of the Cheka were Russian nationalists who objected strongly…
28. Specifically, the complainant objected to providing his postal code, telephone number and company affiliation.
29. Martha objected because after four days, Lazarus’ body must have begun to decay.
30. Orville repeatedly objected to misrepresentation of the Aerodrome, but the Smithsonian was unyielding.
31. They objected to materials that expose children to feminism, witchcraft, pacifism, vegetarianism, and situational ethics.
32. Even some elders objected to Sunday literature distribution, as they felt it violated the Sabbath.
33. 3 Has someone objected that the Bible contradicts itself, perhaps citing specific verses that seem to conflict?
34. They have objected to the suggestion that fair trade means that their own chocolate is unfairly traded.
35. As noted, many Witnesses have not objected to accepting an injection that contains a small quantity of albumin.
36. When Murdoch's nephew Scott saw the film, he objected to his uncle's portrayal as damaging to Murdoch's heroic reputation.
37. For example, SGSOC says that 11 Bassosi villages were excluded from the SGSOC project because those communities objected
38. Some of the parents of the pupils, although not Jehovah’s Witnesses themselves, objected strongly to the teacher’s actions.
39. The entertainment industry has vehemently objected to the V-chip and ratings system as tantamount to government censorship.
40. Officials used information on what had been done in other lands to accommodate those whose conscience objected to military service.
41. There was a slight hiccup in the 1950s when a good citizen of Edinburgh objected to our bearing the arms.
42. "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest." What I objected to was the Bowdlerization of the biographical tradition
43. 23 The entertainment industry has vehemently objected to the V-chip and ratings system as tantamount to government censorship.
44. During the meeting when one of the Princes nominated Wichaichan as the next Front Palace, many in the council objected.
45. Ciphus objected but finally Capitulated, as much to control the lingering of those loyal to Justin as to yield to the Horde's demands
46. Although many objected Beforehand to the establishment of new institutions, the Convention is actually proposing that two new institutions should be created
47. He fiercely objected to the ongoing "Anglicising" of Ireland ("The Necessity for De-Anglicising Ireland" by Douglas Hyde).
48. In some cases there will be a public inquiry , and you will be notified of this in advance if you have objected .
49. Also, Roy E. Disney objected to the overvalued purchase price of the naming rights and voted against the purchase as a Disney board director.
50. Companies objected to the removal of the option to use pooling-of-interests, so amortization was removed by Financial Accounting Standards Board as a concession.
51. But when her uncle, the Cardinal of Lorraine, began negotiations with Archduke Charles of Austria without her consent, she angrily objected and the negotiations foundered.
52. George objected to the anti-Catholic wording of the Accession Declaration that he would be required to make at the opening of his first parliament.
53. CPAC Erupts in Delight After Hawley Brags About Trying to Overturn Election “On January the 6th, I objected during the Electoral College certification, maybe you …
54. At one point he had to defend himself against early animal rights activists who objected his promotion of the "wearing of dead animals" in his fashion notes.
55. Altercation noun argument, row, clash, disagreement, dispute, controversy, contention, quarrel, squabble, wrangle, bickering, discord, dissension I had an Altercation with some people who objected to our filming
56. Altercation noun argument, row, clash, disagreement, dispute, controversy, contention, quarrel, squabble, wrangle, bickering, discord, dissension I had an Altercation with some people who objected to our filming
57. When we wanted to walk back to the branch, the host objected, “No, you can’t leave; it’s raining,” and he tried to insist we stay overnight.
58. Since the bishops interpreted this as a hostile attempt to organize the clergy, and to abandon the Holy See under the excuse of patriotism and nationalism, they objected.
59. Woody Allen refused to release his film Blue Jasmine in India because he objected to anti-smoking ads that appear before and during any film that depicts smoking.
60. Appropriation noun [C or U] (TAKING) the act of taking something for your own use, usually without permission: The author objected to the Appropriation of his story by an amateur filmmaker.
61. Did Athetize the Nekyia, and as his specific arguments affect it alone, there is an implication that he objected to the "Continuation" as a whole only on poetical grounds
62. In addition, certain members objected to the Special Rapporteur’s proposal to exclude from the scope of the topic extraordinary or extrajudicial transfer (or rendition), which raised serious problems in international law.
63. In addition, certain members objected to the Special Rapporteur's proposal to exclude from the scope of the topic extraordinary or extrajudicial transfer (or rendition), which raised serious problems in international law
64. There was an old man of St Omer Who objected,'This town's a misnomer; You've no right to translate And Beatificate A simple digamma in Homer.' — 1941 'A Limerick', in Chanticlere, MichaelmasTerm
65. Nick Ut's famous "Napalm Girl" photograph caused a huge controversy over at the AP bureau; an editor had objected to the photo, saying that the girl depicted was naked and that nobody would accept it.
66. It was founded by an Africanist group, led by Robert Sobukwe, that broke away from the African National Congress (ANC), as the PAC objected to the ANC's multiracialist worldview, instead advocating a South Africa
67. They objected to the proposal of merging the northern and eastern provinces into one administrative unit as the Sinhalas living in the eastern province would come under the control of a minority ethnic group .
68. Tom Carper, D-Delaware, senior member of the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee and longtime lead author of legislation to make Washington, D.C., the 51st state, objected March 3 on the Senate floor to Sen
69. The leading Antiprohibitionist organization throughout the 1920s was the Association Against the Prohibition Amendment (AAPA), which drew its support mainly from conservative businessmen, who objected to the increased power given to the federal government by National Prohibition
70. (Exodus 34:11-16) Hence, the parents objected: “Is there not among the daughters of your brothers and among all my people a woman, so that you are going to take a wife from the uncircumcised Philistines?”
71. The expression what on earth seems to us Anidiomatic intensive and certainly would not be objected to in the speech of anyone today.But De Quincey condemned it as slang and expressed horror at hearing it used by agovernment official
72. When a prominent Soviet Jewish mathematician, Grigory Margulis, was selected by the IMU to receive the Fields Medal at the upcoming 1978 ICM, Pontryagin, who was a member of the Executive Committee of the IMU at the time, vigorously objected.
73. ‘The complainants objected that the advertisements were offensive and Condoned violent and anti-social behaviour.’ ‘Quickly becoming public enemy No1 for condoning Roy Keane's behaviour, Dunphy predicted Ireland were not good enough and at half-time warned of more goals against.’
74. ‘The complainants objected that the advertisements were offensive and condoned violent and anti-social behaviour.’ ‘Quickly becoming public enemy No1 for Condoning Roy Keane's behaviour, Dunphy predicted Ireland were not good enough and at half-time warned of more goals against.’
75. ‘The complainants objected that the advertisements were offensive and condoned violent and anti-social behaviour.’ ‘Quickly becoming public enemy No1 for Condoning Roy Keane's behaviour, Dunphy predicted Ireland were not good enough and at half-time warned of more goals against.’
76. 10 “However, if a woman imposed the vow or the abstinence vow on herself while in the house of her husband 11 and her husband heard it and has not objected or disapproved, all her vows or any abstinence vow that she imposed on herself will stand.
77. Avowal An open declaration by an attorney representing a party in a lawsuit, made after the jury has been removed from the courtroom, that requests the admission of particular testimony from a witness that would otherwise be inadmissible because it has been successfully objected to during the trial
78. Jerome, the translator of the Latin Vulgate, objected to the use of the title “abbot” as applied to the Catholic monks in his time and did so on the basis that it violated Jesus’ instructions at Matthew 23:9: “Moreover, do not call anyone your father on earth, for one is your Father, the heavenly One.”
79. The Alcade, or chief judge, was for putting him into the town prison; but this was objected to, particularly by the corregidor, who said, in Spanish, "In order to prevent the knowledge of his confinement from reaching his countrymen, I will take the matter on myself, and be answerable for the consequences;" upon which it was agreed, that he
80. Usage: The two most common senses of the verb aggravate are “to make worse” and “to annoy, exasperate.” Both senses, and the corresponding senses of the noun Aggravation, appeared in the early 17th century at almost the same time and have been standard since then.The noun and verb senses “to annoy” and “annoyance” are sometimes objected to, and used somewhat less frequently