Definition of unprejudiced in English:

unprejudiced

adjective

  • Not having or showing a dislike or distrust based on fixed or preconceived ideas.

    • ‘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.’
    • ‘For Afghans, Shias, Uzbeks, Indians and others who fell outside that circle he reserved an overarching and curiously unprejudiced dislike.’
    • ‘As his brilliant biographies demonstrate, he had extraordinary insight and a naturally unprejudiced mind.’
    • ‘And who is smart enough, fair enough, or unprejudiced enough to make that kind of judgment?’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘While the subject matter may be terminally uneasy viewing for many, the unprejudiced should award accolades to a surrealistic tale of brotherly love and dealing with one's lot.’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘Even to the unprejudiced eye, the ‘Mysore Generation’ seems to be as variously gifted as the ‘Bloomsbury Group’ - and yet there is a whole shelf of books on the latter, not one on the former.’
    • ‘She saw what they saw, encouraged the expression of their ideas and spontaneously offered them unprejudiced consideration.’
    • ‘Only in this way can the unprejudiced and unbiased position of the Times be understood.’
    • ‘‘Bliss is one of the few places where teenagers can get support and clear, unprejudiced information that can help them weave their way through the maze of adolescence,’ she says.’
    • ‘In both stories the narrator must learn to act in an independent, self-motivated, unprejudiced, and inner-directed way.’
    • ‘Why is it ok for CNN to be completely biased towards Americans and BBC to be biased towards the British but Al-Jazeera and Al-Arabiya have to objective and unprejudiced and, preferably, pander to American public opinion?’
    • ‘He was really ‘above it all’ you might say, with a very disinterested, unprejudiced mind.’
    • ‘He or she could be a decent, reserved, open-minded, unprejudiced, intelligent conservative such as Judge Michael McConnell.’
    • ‘Asylum is a hot political issue, which divides public opinion: many of the cases themselves are emotionally moving, and it is Carole's job to maintain a clear and unprejudiced mind to adjudicate fairly.’
    • ‘From the tireless Anne Bayefsky comes another jaw-dropping illustration of the UN's balanced, sane and unprejudiced attitude towards the Jews.’
    • ‘I'm going to have to go back in there and speak with her as though I were an unprejudiced bystander.’
    • ‘Impartiality also requires an open, unprejudiced mind.’
    • ‘The picture by Picasso could have been admired by an unprejudiced critic a thousand years ago, and will be a thousand years hence.’
    objective, impartial, unbiased, fair, neutral, even-handed, non-partisan, detached, uninvolved, disinterested
    unbiased, non-discriminatory, anti-discrimination, tolerant, liberal, broad-minded, open-minded, unbigoted, just, freethinking, progressive, enlightened
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Pronunciation:

unprejudiced

/ˌənˈprejədəst/