Objicient Ob*jic"i*ent, n. [L. objiciens, p. pr. of objicere to object.] One who makes objection; an objector. [R.] --Cardinal Wiseman. [1913 Webster]

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  • objicient — əbˈjishənt noun ( s) Etymology: Latin objicient , objiciens, obicient , obiciens, present participle of objicere, obicere to object more at object : objector …   Useful english dictionary

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