Origin of unprejudiced
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|Peter Jukes, Nico Hines|October 28, 2013|DAILY BEAST
It encouraged, too, a fair, impersonal and unprejudiced view of outside events.A Student in Arms|Donald Hankey
The clergyman will often admit that Atheism endeavours to maintain an unprejudiced tone of mind.The Limits Of Atheism|George Jacob Holyoake
While national feeling deplores this destruction of property, unprejudiced History looks on at her ease.My Miscellanies, Vol. 1 (of 2)|Wilkie Collins
That is so true that there is no unprejudiced man in this city who does not know it.
Here again in this gathering was happening what the unprejudiced observer was seeing in similar circumstances all over England.The Convert|Elizabeth Robins