Did you possibly mean objective?
- adj. Not objective
- adj. (of e.g. evidence) not objective or easily verified
“It seems Charlie had the misfortune of a professional association with the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal and thus was deemed to be an "unobjective" candidate.”
“if you say that the I.D.F are not objective, I say you that you know on the intervention of Arieal Sharon only because I.D.F, and after this "unobjective" investigated Ariel Sharon was been fired from the govemant.”
“She is very compassionate - vegetarian, pro human rights campaigner, etc. can be over compassionate and unobjective, at one point * spoiler alert* stopping jack from killing someone, which later proves to be a very bad decision.”
“Our own behavior is, at times, strange, unsettling and unobjective.”
“Similarly, like Locke, I have experienced the sting of being told I'm being "too sensitive" or "unobjective" about race many times, because of, yep, my race.”
“All these stories do is feed Sen. Inhoff's ego as an unobjective and petulant conservative in the worst sense.”
“Irrational, unobjective, and irrational liberals like those below me: you have already discredited yourself by attacking her personally and with generalizations.”
“Only the uninformed and unobjective individuals have a problem with the push for healthcare for EVERYONE.”
“He has been so apparent and unobjective in his support of Hillary from the "get-go!”
“Among Americans I have heard quite a number of unobjective arguments about remilitarization.”
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