unprejudiced

Part of speech: adjective

Free from prejudice; impartial.

Part of speech: adjective

Not injured or impaired.

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Usage examples "unprejudiced":

  1. But I am not sure that you will be a very unprejudiced adviser," he added, knowing well that Uncle Ruthven was generally of the opinion that it was well to yield to the wishes of his favorite nieces, Maggie and Bessie. - "Bessie Bradford's Prize", Joanna H. Mathews.
  2. But easily as we can now understand how invincible were the difficulties, to contemporaries the feeling of disappointment was bitter, and an unprejudiced estimate of their position difficult. - "Pictures of German Life in the XVIIIth and XIXth Centuries, Vol. II.", Gustav Freytag.
  3. Ideala had felt from the first that she would rather consult a stranger who would be disinterested and unprejudiced. - "Ideala", Sarah Grand.