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adjective as in narrow-minded

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The long-standing assumption has been that children become more prejudiced at this age.

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You have to show that a text is reliable, that it has useful value in a case, and that it’s not unfairly prejudiced.

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Miles’s growth is stunted and his bones brittle, and as a result, the prejudiced and aristocratic society of his homeworld is ready to write him off as weak and inconsequential.

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In our recent study we show that people might discriminate against non-native speakers even if they are not prejudiced.

Although societal attitudes toward other stigmatized groups have become less prejudiced in recent decades, there has been little change in weight bias.

Black people are tense because they are sick and tired of being subjected to what they see as a prejudiced judicial system.

Any person or group can be prejudiced against another group, for any reason and based on any characteristic.

But religion also compels us to fight the unjust, prejudiced systems that cause and perpetuate that misfortune.

Members of hate groups have been meeting and sharing prejudiced ideas online practically as long as the Internet has been around.

His prejudiced views are simply not those a company like Mozilla wants to be associated with.

The Empress had shewn herself too entirely prejudiced, to have been affected by any document he could have presented.

Well, that was what prejudiced and hide-bound persons like Alfred Boyson said, and no doubt always would say.

This last bit of evidence was conclusive to their minds, already strongly prejudiced.

Experience has often convinced me that the most useless of enterprises is to seek to undeceive a prejudiced mind.

The priests, being the visible organs of an invisible monarch, have acquired an immense credit with prejudiced minds.


On this page you'll find 71 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to prejudiced, such as: bigoted, discriminatory, dogmatic, intolerant, intransigent, and one-sided.

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