objection noun

ADJ. serious, strenuous, strong | valid | main, major, principal | fundamental | common

VERB + OBJECTION lodge, make, raise, state | have I'd like to open a window, unless anyone has any objections. | meet, overcome | withdraw

PREP. over the ~s of She was appointed over the objections of certain members of the board. | ~ against a common objection against nuclear power | ~ to The committee has raised serious objections to the plans.