Thesaurus / unprejudiced


It encouraged, too, a fair, impersonal and unprejudiced view of outside events.

A Student in ArmsDonald Hankey

The clergyman will often admit that Atheism endeavours to maintain an unprejudiced tone of mind.

The Limits Of AtheismGeorge Jacob Holyoake

While national feeling deplores this destruction of property, unprejudiced History looks on at her ease.

That is so true that there is no unprejudiced man in this city who does not know it.

Here again in this gathering was happening what the unprejudiced observer was seeing in similar circumstances all over England.

The ConvertElizabeth Robins

My soul turned sick and seemed to be tumbling down a fathomless abyss while a pair of unprejudiced eyes watched its descent.

Lige on the Line of MarchGlenna Lindsley Bigelow

And yet in all other matters he was sane and unprejudiced enough.

Many ladies attended the famous debates between Lincoln and Douglas, and they were the most unprejudiced listeners.

Lincoln's Yarns and StoriesAlexander K. McClure

And what the Ministers of London in particular did in this kind, is well known to all unprejudiced Citizens.

A Vindication of the Presbyteriall-Government and MinistryMinisters and Elders of the London Provinciall Assembly

Some idealization there is, by the general confession of unprejudiced men.

The Cradle of the ChristOctavius Brooks Frothingham

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.