Definitions for objector
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
ob•jectˈɒb dʒɪkt, -dʒɛkt; əbˈdʒɛkt(n.; v.)
anything that is visible or tangible and is relatively stable in form.
a thing, person, or matter to which thought or action is directed:
an object of investigation.
the end toward which effort or action is directed; goal; objective.
anything that may be apprehended intellectually:
objects of thought.
a noun, noun phrase, or pronoun representing either the goal or recipient of the action of a verb or the goal of a preposition, as ball in I hit the ball, her and question in He asked her a question, or table in under the table.
Ref: Compare direct object, indirect object.
Computers.any item that can be individually selected or manipulated, as a picture, data file, or piece of text.
(v.i.)to offer a reason or argument in opposition.
to express or feel disapproval, dislike, or distaste.
(v.t.)to state or cite in opposition:
They objected that the rules were unfair.
Origin of object:
1325–75; (n.) ME < ML objectum something thrown down or presented (to the mind) < L objectus, ptp. of objicere=ob-ob-+-jicere, der. of jacere to throw; (v.) ME: to argue against 蠐 L objectāre to throw or put before, oppose
dissenter, dissident, protester, objector, contestant(noun)
a person who dissents from some established policy
A person who objects to something.
one who objects; one who offers objections to a proposition or measure