A word that is commonly confused with subjectively, consequently, or something that ends with "ly". "Objectively" is an adverb, used to describe the subject being presented in an impersonal manner.

The word is used unnecessarily by people who have the habit of adding lengthy words to make them feel like their texts have more credibility, but it makes them look like that scumbag who would write reports with excessive amounts of text rather than getting to the point.

Quality is more important than quantity is what they say. We objectively don't need people using "objectively" to make their texts look more meaningful. See what I did there? Remove the "objectively" after "We", and you'll have something that is more readable.
The study objectively tests for whether the subjects' eye colors are dependent variables of the reaction times in an environment of 0.005 lux.
by JohoB5 December 8, 2014
A word often used in the Ace Attorney series when one objects to something. It is usually accompanied with desk-slamming and epic background music.
Player: "Hmm.. I dunno... maybe it's this one?" *Present*

Phoenix: "OBJECTION!"

*Cross-examination music stops playing*

Player: "YESSS! I CHOSE THE RIGHT PIECE OF EVIDENCE!"
by Saranghae141 December 28, 2011
Phoenix Wright's bold statement whenever he believes a witness to be lying their pants off.
Girlfriend: "But honey, I never cheated on you with Billy!"

Boyfriend: "OBJECTION! That sticky white stuff on your shoes clearly contradicts your statement."
by Phoenix Wright November 26, 2006
thing that funny lawyer man says in funny anime court game
"objection!... i object... that was objectionable"
"objection! the statue of limitations on this trial ends today!"
by yummycoke August 16, 2020
'This evidence clearly reveals the contradiction in that statement, Your Honor!'
(That's one 'OBJECTION!' too many! Lost one Exclamation Point!)
by ANONYMOUS DELIVERS September 9, 2007
it is hard to find definitions that employ the use of objectivity!!
by pantz June 18, 2003
An opinion or perception based solely on factual or conditional information, untainted and without distortion by personal feelings, interpretations, or prejudices. All bets are off when it comes to your subjective opinion, there are no rules and restriction. This perception of possibly the same situation, etc. is likely formed by experiences, cultural influences, and possibly even prejudicial beliefs.
The daily paper strives to report an objective, unbiased view of events. Where as in the opinion section the authors can use their opinions and biases to present the same events.
by Mehran Moghtader April 5, 2006