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prejudice
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Man And Superman
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  • He has a prejudice against the English middle class.
  • You know that I am not a bigoted or prejudiced man.
  • [rising and coming from his refuge by the wall] Mr Ramsden: I think you are prejudiced against Jack.
  • I detest its prejudices; I scorn its narrowness; I demand the right to think for myself.
  • Byron was as little of a philosopher as Peter the Great: both were instances of that rare and useful, but unedifying variation, an energetic genius born without the prejudices or superstitions of his contemporaries.
  • Both are alike forced to borrow motives for the more strenuous actions of their personages from the common stockpot of melodramatic plots; so that Hamlet has to be stimulated by the prejudices of a policeman and Macbeth by the cupidities of a bushranger.
  • Her intellect reached forward into the twentieth century: her social prejudices and family affections reached back into the dark ages.
  • You come to us from earth, full of the prejudices and terrors of that priest-ridden place.
  • That may be prejudice; but so is your desire to have him marry a title prejudice.
  • That may be prejudice; but so is your desire to have him marry a title prejudice.

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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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