- not prejudiced; without preconception; unbiased; impartial: the unprejudiced view of the judge.
- Obsolete. not damaged; unimpaired.
Origin of unprejudiced
1605–15; un-1 + prejudiced
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1. See fair1.
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Examples from the Web for unprejudiced
British law puts the right to a fair trial above freedom to report in an effort to secure an unprejudiced jury.Rebekah Brooks Phone Hacking Trial Begins In London
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These views cannot fail to commend themselves to any unprejudiced mind.The Railroad Question
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You are a witness, sir—a dispassionate, unprejudiced witness.
What he wished, he said, was to procure an unprejudiced enquiry.
You are a witness, sir,—a dispassionate, unprejudiced witness.My Novel, Complete
- not prejudiced or biased; impartial
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Word Origin and History for unprejudiced
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