Definition of prejudice:
Warp, disadvantage, jaundiced eye, resentment, xenophobia, catch, harm, unfairness, stance, coolness, hurt, mischief, presumption, dislike, loss, one-sidedness, objection, favoritism, antipathy, injustice, prepossession, intolerance, slant, bias, chauvinism, segregation, jaundice, misandry, lead to, drawback, prepossession, wrong, twist, predilection, aversion, presumption, hurt, warp, prejudgment, prepossess, bias, damage, self-assessment, tendentiousness, detriment, injury, viewpoint, unfairness, bent, reputation, grip, preconceived opinion, stand, parochialism, bad opinion, preconception, favor, intolerance, tunnel vision, mark, like, contempt, partiality, homophobia, twist, littleness, attitude, narrow-mindedness, partisanship, sexism, narrow-mindedness, injure, presupposition, illiberality, stain, hatred, bigotry, racialism, preconception, mar, partiality, damage, diagonal, evil, nonobjectivity, disadvantage, anti-Semitism, give, infatuation, detriment, feeling, blemish, preconceived idea, outrage, ply, view, one-sidedness, antagonism, pack a punch, straight, impairment, take its toll, bigotry, racism, leaning, parti pris, partiality, predilection, discrimination, apartheid, partiality, injury, color, bigotry, ageism, harm, opinion, disfigure, impression, bias, stir, decide, misogyny, enmity, inclination, preconceived notion, small-mindedness, spite, partisanship, blinders, male chauvinism, spoil, loss, narrowness, skew, preconception.
There was also no reason why he should do anything that would prejudice him if he entered Devine's service, and a very faint hope commenced to dawn on him that there might be a way out of the difficulty.- "A Damaged Reputation", Harold Bindloss.
- "An Appeal in Favor of that Class of Americans Called Africans", Lydia Maria Child.
- "The Underdog", F. Hopkinson Smith.