bias[ bahy-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF bias
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BIAS
This bias springs from causes which are stable and deep-rooted.
My son believed that this bias for Classics was bad educationally.
But then I can afford a bias; am only making observations from "a Terrace in Prague."
The bias of the age is as natural and as dangerous an element in criticism as the bias of the individual.
It would be just as ridiculous on your part to affect a bias which was not natural to you.
The bias of loyalty is not a matter on which argument is tolerated.
Most people have a bias in favor of their own chosen field of interest.
The bias strip should be basted on and sewn with a running-stitch.
Bias band—applying to top of ruffle in petticoats and drawers.
No statement of this kind is unbiased, for the pacifist has his own bias.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BIAS
- bad opinion
- foregone conclusion
- jaundiced eye
- preconceived notion