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subjective
used in This Side of Paradise

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Definition
influenced by personal belief, feelings, or preferences (rather than being based purely upon fact)
  • Having found that "subjective and objective, sir," answered most of the questions, he used the phrase on all occasions, and it became the class joke when, on a query being levelled at him, he was nudged awake by Ferrenby or Sloane to gasp it out.
    1.2 — Spires and Gargoyles (82% in)
  • The socialist magazines, a great smattering of Tolstoi, and his own intense longing for a cause that would bring out whatever strength lay in him, had finally decided him to preach peace as a subjective ideal.
    1.4 — Narcissus Off Duty (69% in)

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