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prejudice
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Emma
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  • We are both prejudiced; you against, I for him; and we have no chance of agreeing till he is really here.
  • Will not the old prejudice be too strong?
  • My love for Mr. and Mrs. Weston gives me a decided prejudice in his favour.
  • I am not prejudiced.
  • Prejudiced!
  • Before she had committed herself by any public profession of eternal friendship for Jane Fairfax, or done more towards a recantation of past prejudices and errors, than saying to Mr. Knightley, "She certainly is handsome; she is better than handsome!"

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  • The group works to eliminate racial prejudice.
  • If you don’t overcome your prejudice, you will harm yourself and others.

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