- prelate nullius,
Origin of prejudicial
Examples from the Web for prejudicially
So when he read that Stan was an FBI agent, “I dismissed it, prejudicially.”‘The Americans’: Noah Emmerich on Playing Stan Beeman, ‘Jane Got a Gun,’ and More|Jason Lynch|May 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
In a word, all that could prejudicially affect his nervous system is vigorously excluded from his table.Godfrey Morgan|Jules Verne
Mephibosheth, how prejudicially soever misrepresented, yet rejoiceth that the King is come in Peace to his own house.The Loyalists of America and Their Times, Vol. 1 of 2|Egerton Ryerson
The batswing was not so prejudicially affected by an excess of pressure.Gas Burners|Owen Merriman
early 15c., "causing prejudice;" 1530s, "full of prejudice," from prejudice (n.) + -al (1), or else from Middle French prejudicial and directly from Medieval Latin prejudicialis "injurious," from Latin praeiudicium.