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without prejudice
used in Middlemarch

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law:  a lawsuit or proceeding ended without legal conclusions; i.e., it may be considered again as though the proceeding never happened
  • Lydgate's only relaxation now was to go and look at this woman, just as he might have thrown himself under the breath of the sweet south on a bank of violets for a while, without prejudice to his galvanism, to which he would presently return.
    Book 2 — Old and Young (28% in)

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