object (v.) Old form(s): obiect
urge, adduce, bring up
1H6 II.iv.116[Warwick to Richard, of Somerset's faction] This blot that they object against your house
1H6 III.i.7[Winchester to Gloucester, of any accusation] I with sudden and extemporal speech / Purpose to answer what thou canst object
3H6 V.i.89[George to Warwick] Perhaps thou wilt object my holy oath [i.e. raise an objection by naming my oath]
R3 II.iv.17[Duchess of York to York, of Richard] the saying did not hold / In him that did object the same to thee

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