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prejudiced

[ prej-uh-dist ]
/ ˈprɛdʒ ə dɪst /
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adjective
influenced by prejudice; having a preconceived opinion or feeling, especially an unreasoning or unfavorable one: Prejudiced people will almost certainly claim that they have sufficient evidence for their views.
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Origin of prejudiced

First recorded in 1570–90; prejudice + -ed2
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