noun, Literature. 1. a completely depicted situation or chain of events that objectifies a particular emotion in such a way as to produce or evoke that emotion in the reader.
- Objective danger
noun 1. (mountaineering) a danger, such as a stone fall or avalanche, to which climbing skill is irrelevant
- Objective genitive
noun 1. (grammar) a use of the genitive case to express an objective relationship, as in Latin timor mortis (fear of death)
noun, Philosophy. 1. a form of idealism asserting that the act of experiencing has a reality combining and transcending the natures of the object experienced and of the mind of the observer.