When he refuses to be introduced to her, Elizabeth Bennet becomes instantly prejudiced against him, despite his good looks and great wealth.
She HAD been ambivalent about their Jewish friends and his relatives, though outwardly she seemed not a prejudiced person
His bravado carried HIM too far and prejudiced his case
His attempted escape seriously prejudiced any hopes for parole
And In later life these same children manifest conservation, domIneerIng, rigid and prejudiced attitudes
Her charm prejudiced the Judges in her favour.
His theory MET both sound and prejudiced opposition
The people's court violates the legal procedure that May have prejudiced the passing of a correct judgment or ruling
One who discriminates against or who is hostile toward or prejudiced against Jews.
To suffer the censure of the prejudiced populace