prejudiced[ prej-uh-dis ]SEE DEFINITION OF prejudiced
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PREJUDICED
Folks say I'm prejudiced against em; but it isn't so—I hate 'em.
Indeed, my dear mother, you have been prejudiced against her by false reports.
If he's as prejudiced as all that, interfering would only make him worse.
Too, I might truthfully be described as prejudiced about her perfections.
I suppose they've been talkin' to you and you've got sort of prejudiced.
Mother said I was unreasonable and prejudiced and I did not argue the point.
Roscoe, I have never seen you so prejudiced as you are against our new neighbors.
You have often told me how prejudiced he is against the East and Eastern people.
I used to be prejudiced against you because you was what I called a half-breed.
Lady Kilgoff—it is best to be candid—is prejudiced against you.