But, Sir, if I am prepossessed, what has Mr. Solmes to hope for?
Thus, we say, "He is prejudiced against him," and "He is prepossessed in his favor."
From what I had seen of the stranger I certainly was not prepossessed.
I never in my life saw a figure that prepossessed me more favourably.
He had long and often heard of him, and, from what he had heard, was prepossessed in ...