object to


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object to

verb absolutely differ with, be at variance with, be averse to, be diametrically opposed to, be on all fours with, call in question, challenge, complain, controvert, counter, criticize, deny, disagree with, disapprove, dispute, dissent, express an objection, express disapproval, find fault, oppose, protest, put forward in opposition, resist, state by way of objection, state opposition, take exception, undermine
Associated concepts: evidence, rules of procedure
See also: challenge, complain, condemn, contest, criticize, disapprove, discriminate, disfavor, dispute, except, object, refuse
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