prejudice

Part of speech: noun

Foresight.

Part of speech: verb

To imbue with prejudice or aversion.

Part of speech: verb

To impair or injure.

Part of speech: noun

A premature opinion, favorable or unfavorable.

Part of speech: noun

Detriment.

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Usage examples "prejudice":

  1. But you know what a bitter prejudice I have always had against this man, and so you may imagine how I received him. - "The Living Link", James De Mille.
  2. There's a great deal of the old island prejudice in me. - "Denzil Quarrier", George Gissing.
  3. " Stephen," he said suddenly, " you do not share the prejudice against us here?" - "The Crisis, Complete", Winston Churchill Last Updated: March 6, 2009.