Meaning of objectiveness in English:


Pronunciation /əbˈdʒɛktɪvnəs/


See objective

‘It seems to me that, although the point he makes about the objectiveness of the academic approach to training, I think there are many points he makes that are wise.’
  • ‘They were also selected because I know a little about their lives, and therefore can make better judgements on the objectiveness of their interviews.’
  • ‘Much like respect, the qualities of impartiality and objectiveness must be earned rather than demanded.’
  • ‘I want to emphasise the necessity for independence and objectiveness in licensing.’
  • ‘I'm simply a fan of objectiveness and historical exactness.’