prejudicially

[ prej-uh-dish-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF prejudicially

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But surely that will prejudicially affect the rumor you were going to spread, sire?

The batswing was not so prejudicially affected by an excess of pressure.

He was informed that the estate of nearly every member of the House of Lords would have been prejudicially affected thereby.

"The question is prejudicially framed, Brother Badger," said Shagarach.

Mephibosheth, how prejudicially soever misrepresented, yet rejoiceth that the King is come in Peace to his own house.

In a word, all that could prejudicially affect his nervous system is vigorously excluded from his table.

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