Aunt Constance's parti pris in life was a benevolent interest in the affairs of everybody else.
When he no longer joined us as we sat or walked together, I perceived that his hostility was fixed and his parti pris.
Her taciturnity in society has been somewhat ungenerously laid to a parti pris.
Never did painting show a parti pris more pronounced, even more violent.
She did not really mean this heartlessness, thought he; it was a sort of parti pris—a parade, an affectation!
When Courbet entered painting, he had neither prejudices nor a parti pris.
It must have art, and parti pris, and point of view, and individuality stamped over it.
Sir E. Malet has been cassant, parti pris inconciliant, sowing fear in Cairo, instead of reassuring the people.
Talking to the workers themselves, before the sittings have yet begun, has a certain air of parti pris.