[ UK /ʌnpɹˈɛdʒuːdɪst/ ]
free from undue bias or preconceived opinions
an unprejudiced appraisal of the pros and cons
the impartial eye of a scientist
How To Use unprejudiced In A Sentence
- Generally, they can be counted upon to demonstrate a fair and unprejudiced judgement that attempts to temper personal bias through recognition of wider social implications.
- Listen to Ullmann speak, or read her bestsellers Changing and Choices and you will be surprised by her diarist's style - direct, unprejudiced, frank and personal.
- She saw what they saw, encouraged the expression of their ideas and spontaneously offered them unprejudiced consideration.
- an unprejudiced appraisal of the pros and cons
- The worst of it is that such a compilation brings a man money, because there are always plenty of people who like to dabble in mud; and a ghoul is the most impervious of beings, probably because a ghoul of this species regards himself merely as an unprejudiced seeker after truth, and claims to be what he would call a realist. The Silent Isle
- But yet hear me, � hear with patience; �hear me with that unprejudiced reason which is as much your distinction as your beauty or your virtue. Isabella. A Novel
- Most of us recognize and value the efforts of the very early feminists - the vote (way back), equal pay for equal jobs, fair and unprejudiced admission to colleges.
- Impartiality also requires an open, unprejudiced mind.
- As to the Translation it self, as I hope none but envious Criticks will be offended thereat, so I shall endeavour, though briefly, yet fully, to satisfie every impartial and unprejudiced Reader, both as to the Circumstance, and principal Reason inducing me hereunto, which is as follows. The Principles of the Most Ancient and Modern Philosophy
- Until then I can't believe that very many unprejudiced readers will believe that all of the fruits of the CEAA are fit only for the cider-press. Fruits of the MLA