Definitions of "objection"
  1. The act of expressing or showing disagreement or disapproval of something
  2. The statement or piece of evidence provided when someone feels something is incorrect or inappropriate
How to use "objection" in a sentence
  1. In the trial, the defense raised an objection to the prosecutor's line of questioning.
  2. With substantial grounds for an objection, the new traffic law was met with significant resistance.
  3. Counsel was quick to voice an objection when they recognized that the witness was veering off topic.

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