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Even in a less-bad scenario, women might be objectified or used.

Mulvey refers to it as the “male gaze,” one that has traditionally objectified women in movies in ways that men are not.

In short, we know as women that being objectified has many, many pitfalls.

Or would we be outraged that a talented actress was being sexually objectified in such an extreme way?

Will women be even more objectified, assaulted, and leered at?

The very way in which doubt is objectified, taken all in a piece, marks its lack of vitality.

Straightway this objectified idol compels all sorts of ritual reactions of prayer and praise and sacrifice.

It is not objectified in a merely general way, but is given a specific sort of objectivity.

The Venus de Medici has scarcely any personality at all; she is chiefly objectified desire!

He cannot know the meaning of the word until its significance becomes objectified in his life processes.


On this page you'll find 35 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to objectified, such as: accepted, approved, closed, concluded, confirmed, and endorsed.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.