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  • I am sure that there will have been nothing in them prejudicial to you. Cited from Phineas Redux, by Anthony Trollope
  • This state of things has already had a prejudicial influence upon those engaged in foreign commerce. Cited from A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents, Volume V, Pa
  • How can he judge whether there objects be favorable or prejudicial to him? Cited from System of Nature, Vol. 1, by Baron D'Holbach
  • It would make some prejudicial change in the old man's will more probable instead of less so. Cited from Can You Forgive Her?, by Anthony Trollope
  • Without this right they would not only be useless to her, but very prejudicial. Cited from Rise And Progress Of The Colonies, V1, A. Hewatt
  • Far from its being prejudicial, nothing can be more favourable to freedom than that system. Cited from Theodicy, by G. W. Leibniz
  • It is not necessary that the information is prejudicial to the data subject.
  • Any other condition would be prejudicial to him, and would endanger public order. Cited from The Philosophy of Misery, by P. J. Proudhon
  • He believed they could be arbitrated since it would not be found prejudicial.
  • I look upon them as extremely prejudicial to the health. Cited from Marriage, by Susan Edmonstone Ferrier
  • For me the alternative will be more painful to my feelings than prejudicial to my interest. Cited from The Journal of Sir Walter Scott, by Walter Scott
  • In one sense he is right, for exclusive power is prejudicial to the good government of human affairs. Cited from The Life of Jesus, by Ernest Renan
  • So that its activity would not be less prejudicial to the community than its inaction. Cited from American Institutions, by Alexis de Tocqueville
  • But in America nothing seems to be more prejudicial to society than these virtues. Cited from American Institutions, by Alexis de Tocqueville
  • There are no towns sufficiently large to have any prejudicial effects on the human constitution. Cited from Essay on the Principle of Population, by Malthus
  • This teaching-plan contains, in my opinion, much that is excellent, somewhat also that is prejudicial. Cited from Autobiography of Friedrich Froebel, by Friedrich Froebel
  • That such men should give prejudicial accounts of America, is not a matter of surprise. Cited from The Sketch-Book of Geoffrey Crayon by W. Irving #5
  • Further, and even more important, the issue put to the jury was limited in the most prejudicial way. Cited from Life of Charles W. Dilke, Vol. 2,Stephen Gwynn
  • With all his young authority he fights against measures which may be prejudicial to Russia. Cited from Life of Charles W. Dilke, Vol. 2,Stephen Gwynn
  • This is not to make a prejudicial statement concerning the work in any field. Cited from Brazilian Sketches, T. B. Ray
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Words starting with prejudicial

Meaning of prejudicial

  • adjective Tending to favor preconceived ideas
    the presence of discriminatory or prejudicial attitudes in the white population