View definitions for objector
noun as in complainer
noun as in demonstrator
noun as in dissenter
noun as in militant
noun as in radical
Ron, who was only 27 at the time, had been a conscientious objector.
But Jamelle,” asks a hypothetical objector, “How would we keep government spending in check?
And as far as the Vietnam War goes, I read that you were a conscientious objector.
In short, I am not a conscientious objector in these matters.
The conscientious objector doesn't seem to be having such a soft time after all.
Turning again to another objector, she took up the defence of Mother Eve.
So the objector concludes, and never surely without great profit from his having been "drawn."
The male does not manage this female, a strong objector, save by seizing her mandibles with his pincers.
"One variety of conscientious objector was not enough for Mr. Baker," declared Representative ——.
On this page you'll find 87 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to objector, such as: bellyacher, crab, crybaby, faultfinder, growler, and grumbler.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.