Definitions of "prejudicial"
  1. Referring to an action or condition that can influence unfavorable outcomes
  2. Involving a potential to harm or restrict someone's legal rights
  3. Inducing conclusions or judgments on unwarranted grounds
How to use "prejudicial" in a sentence
  1. The lawyer argued that the evidence was prejudicial and should not be allowed in court.
  2. The judge found the comments of the witness to be prejudicial, thereby influencing the jury's viewpoint.
  3. The appellate court decided that the lower court made a prejudicial error, warranting a retrial of the case.

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