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- "What a hideous colour khaki is," remarked Lenina, voicing the hypnopaedic prejudices of her caste.p. 62.6
- Indeed, a faint hypnopaedic prejudice in favour of size was universal.p. 65.1
- The mockery made him feel an outsider; and feeling an outsider he behaved like one, which increased the prejudice against him and intensified the contempt and hostility aroused by his physical defects.p. 65.3
- Not that he himself saw anything intrinsically objectionable in people talking about the remote past; that was one of those hypnopaedic prejudices he had (so he imagined) completely got rid of.p. 96.3
There are no more uses of "prejudice" in Brave New World.
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