without prejudice[ prej-uh-dis ]SEE DEFINITION OF without prejudice
Synonyms for without prejudice
- on the up and up
- with an open mind
- with impartiality
- with objectivity
- without favor
Antonyms for without prejudice
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WITHOUT PREJUDICE
Certainly, Madam, but without prejudice to the interest of my love.
I will examine him without prejudice, with religious impartiality.
Now, we cannot, without prejudice to humanity, separate the present from the past.
All this innocently, and without prejudice or ulterior thought.
Upon every other topic she is liberal and without prejudice.
As I belong to the fraternity, I can say this without prejudice.
"I am stating the facts calmly and without prejudice," he said.
I will hear him without prejudice: he shall have full justice.'
But this without prejudice to the eternal verity that la Inglesa was raw.
The facts should be judged on their merits, and without prejudice.
c.1300, "despite, contempt," from Old French prejudice "prejudice, damage" (13c.), from Medieval Latin prejudicium "injustice," from Latin praeiudicium "prior judgment," from prae- "before" (see pre-) + iudicium "judgment," from iudex (genitive iudicis) "a judge" (see judge (v.)). Meaning "injury, physical harm" is mid-14c., as is legal sense "detriment or damage caused by the violation of a legal right." Meaning "preconceived opinion" (especially but not necessarily unfavorable) is from late 14c. in English.