What Does Non-objective Mean?


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The word objective is formed by combining two words 'non' and objective. And the prefix 'non' always conveys the idea of absence of something. So when it is prefixed with the word objective it is certainly conveying the idea of something that is without objective.

Objective is a kind of word that conveys the idea of a goal or mission of somebody or something. If you have an objective in life you have an aim and you direct your energy to achieve that goal.

But the antonymous term non-objective says that somebody or something is there without any goal or aim. You can use the term as an adjective to describe a man or anybody who waste his time aimlessly as he has no fixed goal in his life

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