Definition of "prejudiced"
  1. Relates to having a preconceived liking or disliking for something, or forming an unfair and unreasonable opinion or feeling, particularly against something or someone
How to use "prejudiced" in a sentence
  1. Due to his prejudiced views, he was unable to render an unbiased verdict on the case.
  2. The legal counsel was accused of being prejudiced due to a conflict of interest.
  3. It is critical for the mediator to remain unprejudiced in order to ensure a fair resolution.

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