1. angled at a slant
2. exhibiting bias; prejudiced
3. Marked by or exhibiting bias; prejudiced.
4. favoring one person or side over another
5. Simple past tense and past participle of bias.
1. They didn't care if what they heard was biased, or blatantly untrue.
2. The term biased refers to a person or group who is judged to exhibit bias.
3. At the same time, one of his attorneys, Joel Brodsky, said he hoped that Lifetime, which is making the movie, would not rely on Hosey's book, which he characterized as biased and inaccurate.
4. At one point Santorum refused to talk when a Patriot-News reporter approached with a question about Iran, complaining about what he called biased coverage.
5. The Zimbabwean media singled out the U.S. network CNN for what it called biased reports on political unrest and on the alleged assault and torture earlier this month of opposition leaders, including Morgan Tsvangirai, leader of the main Movement for
6. U.S. network CNN for what it called biased reports on political unrest and on the alleged assault and torture earlier this month of opposition leaders, including Morgan Tsvangirai, leader of the main
7. State radio and television, Zimbabwe's sole broadcaster, and the daily Herald newspaper, a government mouthpiece, singled out the U.S. network CNN for what it called biased reports on political unrest and the alleged assault and torture of opposition leaders, including Morgan Tsvangirai, leader of the main Movement for Democratic Change.
8. Santorum complained about what he called biased coverage.
9. The submission also condemned what it called biased commentary and the imposition of a particular economic ideology in news and current affairs.
10. A petition signed by more than 100 U.S. civil rights and religious leaders on Wednesday asked the United Nations to take up what they called the biased implementation of the U.S. "war on drugs" at the upcoming U.N. World Conference Against Racism.
11. ‘However, Frontier legislator Emily Lau feared opinions from the forum could be biased.’
12. ‘The decision to transfer such patients to neurosurgical care seems to be biased against older patients.’
13. ‘Most studies of professions based on the process model have been biased towards Anglo-American experiences.’
14. ‘Shorter, honest recommendations are better than longer biased reports.’
15. ‘Many of these genes are also strongly female biased.’
16. ‘Well, I think that there was a lot of biased coverage.’
17. ‘The publisher blamed the losses on a lack of advertising, particularly among those Marshalltown merchants who were biased against Latinos.’
18. ‘Still, this approach could have unwittingly biased results.’
19. ‘I only object to the fact that your articles seem extremely biased.’
20. ‘The genetic programming example above yields large equations that become impractical or too biased to the past.’
21. ‘The charge that its review process is biased against right-wing nominees is manifestly false.’
22. ‘These are culturally biased statements of opinion, not scientifically supportable propositions.’
23. ‘Sequential block designs can lead to biased allocation.’
24. ‘Police Officers were unanimously viewed as acting in a biased way towards male victims.’
25. ‘Very young children are not yet as visually biased as adults.’
26. ‘Its account of events was piecemeal and its analysis was biased.’
27. ‘In Canada, although not alone, the CBC provides the most slanted and biased information, and routinely practices dishonest reporting.’
28. ‘If you don't know already, I'm biased towards Rieslings.’
29. ‘A clearer pattern occurred in open interspaces, which were only visited by small frugivores, and where the seed size distribution was significantly biased toward the smallest seeds.’
30. a biased account of the trial
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