subjective


subjective
adj.
VERBS
appear, be, seem
ADVERB
extremely, fairly, very, etc.
highly

painted from a highly subjective point of view

completely, entirely, purely, totally, wholly

The criticisms are purely subjective.

essentially, largely

Taste in art is essentially subjective.

inherently, necessarily

The process of selection is inherently subjective and deeply unfair.

Subjective is used with these nouns: ↑assessment, ↑evaluation, ↑experience, ↑impression, ↑interpretation, ↑judgement, ↑nature, ↑opinion, ↑perception, ↑point of view, ↑rating, ↑response, ↑test, ↑viewpoint

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