objectified

[ uh b-jek-tuh-fahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF objectified

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Since it was objectified in language, it took on the semblance of rules.

With writing, language was objectified, freed from the subject and the senses.

This is a beauty dependent on reverie, fancy, and objectified emotion.

Man is Nature himself, but Nature is only the objectified will to live.

To be objectified, they are fixed upon some object which thus becomes sacred; but any object might fulfil this function.

In fact, these are, on the one hand, entirely psychical; they are made up exclusively of objectified ideas and sentiments.

Ideas are objectified in action but speech and writing monopolize their field of action.

They felt exploited and discarded, objectified and dehumanised by super-powers of mythical proportions.

Objectified, it still rules, but shares its power with competitors; it avails nought without them, they can do nothing without it.

This certainly seems to show that there is a peculiar "magic" in thoughts or things that are objectified in this manner.

WORD ORIGIN

1838, from Medieval Latin objectum (see object (n.)) + -fy. Related: Objectified; objectifying.

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established

adjectiveconclusively proved
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