Idioms about prejudice
Origin of prejudice
synonym study for prejudice
OTHER WORDS FROM prejudiceprej·u·diced·ly, adverbprej·u·dice·less, adjectivenon·prej·u·diced, adjectivequa·si-prej·u·diced, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH prejudiceprejudiced , prejudicial
How to use prejudice in a sentence
In fact, some can’t tell whether their agencies are committed to unraveling their own racial prejudices or are simply meeting corporate targets.‘It’s all been plan, plan, plan mode:’ Agencies have big ideas for greater diversity, but more action is needed|Seb Joseph|September 15, 2020|Digiday
Bringing rival groups together to reduce prejudices is not a new idea.Interfaith soccer teams eased Muslim-Christian tensions — to a point|Sujata Gupta|August 13, 2020|Science News
If it was an idea mired in the prejudices of its time, it was also one that looked beyond those prejudices toward the future.
New research using computational simulation models suggests that prejudice requires only limited intelligence and cognitive ability to develop and spread in populations of artificially intelligent machines.
After all, the word “ageist” has a negative connotation, one of prejudice and discrimination.
Liberal legislators from across the country heard all their prejudices confirmed.
The bigot now employs camouflage in translating his prejudices into reality.
The bigot today is often unaware either that he has prejudices or that he is indulging them.
I think that has a lot to do with various prejudices and narrow-minded pockets of our culture.Joseph Gordon-Levitt on Why He’s Exploring the Word ‘Feminism’ and Online Misogyny|Marlow Stern|September 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
There are some pretty archaic, long-held biases and prejudices that remain in place (see Mets, New York).
Another party are instigated by Episcopalian prejudices against New England.The Eve of the Revolution|Carl Becker
So strong were prejudices in favour of superficial morality in even that licentious age!The Portsmouth Road and Its Tributaries|Charles G. Harper
The Roman senate would have laughed and the Jew would have been whipped; so much are men attached to their prejudices!A Philosophical Dictionary, Volume 1 (of 10)|Franois-Marie Arouet (AKA Voltaire)
The vicar and his wife looked at one another; but they respected Mr. Puffin's prejudices, and ceased to press him.The Pit Town Coronet, Volume II (of 3)|Charles James Wills
To this sentiment all the passions and prejudices of the haughty race were subordinate.The History of England from the Accession of James II.|Thomas Babington Macaulay
British Dictionary definitions for prejudice
Word Origin for prejudice
Cultural definitions for prejudice
A hostile opinion about some person or class of persons. Prejudice is socially learned and is usually grounded in misconception, misunderstanding, and inflexible generalizations. In particular, African-Americans have been victims of prejudice on a variety of social, economic, and political levels. (See civil rights movement and segregation.)