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The old system, thought I, of prejudging people, and imputing to them motives and actions of which they never dreamed.
That is how most trouble starts, I reckon—not understanding, prejudging.
STEPSONS OF LIGHTEUGENE MANLOVE RHODES
This shows there was no prejudging in the manner gentlemen have stated.
So without in his heart prejudging the woman, he drew his conclusions, true or false, from the impassibility of her demeanour.
The old system, thought I, of prejudging people and imputing to them motives and actions of which they never dreamed.
THE BIBLE IN SPAINGEORGE BORROW
It was a steady, passionless stare, rather like one seeking an explanation, than prejudging a motive.
THE O'DONOGHUECHARLES JAMES LEVER
Mr. Nicholas remarked that it was prejudging the question to say that nothing could arise out of a consideration of the Message.
They retorted by accusing him, among other things, of prejudging her and 'entering into God's secret counsel.'
JOHN KNOXA. TAYLOR INNES
I am not now prejudging the question of its justifiableness.
THE SUBJECTION OF WOMENJOHN STUART MILL
We cannot describe the outward appearance of the object without prejudging its inner nature and its organization.
CREATIVE EVOLUTIONHENRI BERGSON

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