prepossessed[ pree-puh-zes ]SEE DEFINITION OF prepossessed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PREPOSSESSED
But, Sir, if I am prepossessed, what has Mr. Solmes to hope for?
Thus, we say, "He is prejudiced against him," and "He is prepossessed in his favor."
From what I had seen of the stranger I certainly was not prepossessed.
I never in my life saw a figure that prepossessed me more favourably.
He had long and often heard of him, and, from what he had heard, was prepossessed in his favor.
She sees Helen prepossessed, sad, and can somewhat divine the cause.
He addressed us, and we cannot add that he prepossessed us much in his favour.
Margaret was certainly not prepossessed in the man's favour at first sight.
The preface at once prepossessed us in favour of what was to follow.
He was prepossessed by its exterior, and his anticipations were confirmed on entering the hall.