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Adj.1.unobjective - (of e.g. evidence) not objective or easily verifiedunobjective - (of e.g. evidence) not objective or easily verified
subjective - taking place within the mind and modified by individual bias; "a subjective judgment"
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Responding to Saad Hariri's recent Tweets, he described him as perceiving his party with an unobjective eye of hatred.
At the opening of the conference in Tehran many participants noted that current attempts of certain forces to present the territory of Islam as a source of evil, violence, and terrorism are completely unobjective.
He said the current situation was "illogical, unobjective and unfair", and may prompt some farmers to take legal action.
Then she goes on to claim that the unborn child is "not-yet-living" This is an astonishing claim that is both unobjective and irrational.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- A group of Azerbaijani MPs have condemned a recent motion passed by the European Parliament (EP) harshly criticizing the Turkish government's handling of the protests in central ystanbul, calling the motion biased and unobjective.
The declaration above all appears unobjective and biased, because there's not a word about how all this started, why it happened, who started the aggressive action and who armed Georgia.
73) The highest stated reason for this view was the perception that the ICTY was "unfair, partial and unobjective.