biased[ bahy-uh st ]SEE DEFINITION OF biased
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BIASED
They were biased, unreliable at best, as regards culinary matters.
Do not judge hastily or allow yourself to be biased by the opinions of others.
On literary subjects they are often full of over-statement and of biased judgment.
The opinions of the biased historians in this field will be interesting.
The method is not new, for you may say that all historians are biased.
This conception only proves the biased judgment of the scientist.
Such evidence is stronger than the biased statistics of Mr Keynes.
It has been loaded with convention, biased by adult convenience.
The evidence of the Fourcades regarding her conduct in their house at Tarbes was biased, she said.
Page 10: "biassed" changed to "biased" (I must be naturally biased).
1610s in reference to bowling, 1660s in reference to persons; past participle adjective from bias (v.).
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