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Use "objecting" in a sentence
"So even if Morgan was subsequently objecting from the sidelines that this was never his intention, a succesful and popular US-NHS would very likely develop out of even a modest beginning."
"GROSS: So did either of you take the lead in objecting to the scene being cut or insisting that that scene be played?"
"He is correct, I think, in objecting to taxes upon necessities of life because they hurt the most those who can least afford them; but they do not raise the cost of labor; at least, not in the direct manner he implies."