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Pronunciation:

[p_ɹ_ˈɛ_dʒ_uː_d_ɪ_s], [pɹˈɛd͡ʒuːdɪs], [pɹˈɛd‍ʒuːdɪs]
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Synonyms for Prejudice:

misjudgment (noun) influence (verb) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Prejudice:

  • prejudgus,
  • prejudes,
  • predjudice,
  • projudice,
  • predudice,
  • prediduce,
  • predjedious,
  • prejudced,
  • prejudus,
  • apprectice,
  • tprejudice,
  • prejedus,
  • predidice,
  • orejudice,
  • precudures,
  • predjudis,
  • prejediced,
  • predijusce,
  • preoduce,
  • prejudce,
  • prejedece,
  • predjutice,
  • predguice,
  • prasctice,
  • rpactice,
  • preactice,
  • prejutist,
  • prejeduced,
  • prejiduce,
  • predjidice,
  • prqactice,
  • pregudice,
  • predjuice,
  • prjudice,
  • prefudice,
  • praqctice,
  • prequiste,
  • pregiduce,
  • predjudise,
  • prejudces,
  • predujuice,
  • prejuidce,
  • projuice,
  • fpractice,
  • produice,
  • procduce,
  • prequsite,
  • prejudgice,
  • prejudist,
  • prodice,
  • predgudice,
  • prejustice,
  • prejudicism,
  • prejeduice,
  • prejudisim,
  • prejuduced,
  • prejusidce,
  • predijuice,
  • prejuice,
  • prejuidice,
  • pracvtice,
  • prejidice,
  • predujice,
  • prejudeces,
  • prejiduse,
  • prectace,
  • prejuices,
  • predgidice,
  • predics,
  • prejudic,
  • prejiduces,
  • prejeduces,
  • predjudous,
  • predjiduce,
  • projetile,
  • prejutice,
  • prejudiece,
  • pejudice,
  • prejudaces,
  • prejedice,
  • predijuce,
  • prejuduices,
  • prejudise,
  • paredice,
  • nonprejudice,
  • predijice,
  • praxctice,
  • predujuce,
  • prectice,
  • predice,
  • prejuduce,
  • pregidice,
  • prejudism,
  • pregudis,
  • prejedices,
  • predjuidice,
  • prejiduced,
  • precadence,
  • prejduice,
  • prjudices,
  • prejusdice,
  • prejeduce,
  • predujiuce,
  • predgidous,
  • pregudices,
  • pregnatcy,
  • prejudious,
  • predjuduce,
  • prejuiced,
  • prejudace,
  • pracrtice,
  • pregidus,
  • predudise,
  • pedjudice,
  • prejudous,
  • preduduce,
  • projuced,
  • pricatice,
  • predgedice,
  • predujudice,
  • preduice,
  • predjuidce,
  • prejudsous,
  • prejudicies,
  • pruduce,
  • practiace,
  • pratctice,
  • prejadice,
  • prejiduice,
  • prejudece,
  • prejudis,
  • prejudisom,
  • prejudive,
  • rejudice,
  • predgudise,
  • procdruce,
  • procducer.

Quotes for Prejudice:

  1. I paint according to the moment and the theme. I don't have any prejudice Life concerns me. Ralph Allen.
  2. What 'jazz' means to me is the worst kind of working conditions, the worst in cultural prejudice The term 'jazz' has come to mean the abuse and exploitation of black musicians. Maxim Gorky.
  3. Without the aid of prejudice and custom, I should not be able to find my way across the room. William Hazlitt.

Idioms of Prejudice:

  1. prejudice sm or sth against sm or sth;
  2. prejudice against;

Adjectives for Prejudice:

  • racial,
  • universal anti-japanese,
  • stupidest modern,
  • exceptionally extreme,
  • deep-seated cultural,
  • largely irrational,
  • stubborn, materialistic,
  • harsh and persistent,
  • hopeless, provincial,
  • modern-day racial,
  • unreasonable racial,
  • rampant racial,
  • pernicious ethnic,
  • rather deep-rooted,
  • natural and even pardonable,
  • grim puritanical,
  • triumphs local,
  • racial and petty,
  • patriotism national,
  • false patriotism national,
  • good old-world,
  • uncritical popular,
  • culpable and puerile,
  • spatial and tactile,
  • unformed foreign,
  • wayward and groundless,
  • particular and deep-seated,
  • unreasonable sexual,
  • socially ingrained,
  • outright literary,
  • personal or sectarian,
  • perhaps parental,
  • erroneous and superstitious,
  • innocent masculine,
  • pregnant and suggestive,
  • ordinary philosophical,
  • old, petty,
  • silly national,
  • foolish and unchristian,
  • desperate irrational,
  • overt racial,
  • unfounded and ridiculous,
  • vague and stupid,
  • previous universal,
  • silly old-fashioned,
  • absurd superstitious,
  • unreasonable and foolish,
  • certain esthetic,
  • weak and common,
  • usual aristocratic,
  • pure genetic,
  • much ignorant,
  • false and selfish,
  • probably foreign,
  • violent, unreasonable,
  • just naked,
  • anti-oriental,
  • wicked, miserable,
  • bitter, relentless,
  • rancorous old,
  • former blind,
  • religious or ethnic,
  • violent and reckless,
  • old-fashioned, out-of-date,
  • traditional,
  • certain reprehensible,
  • bitter racial,
  • anti-business,
  • such editorial,
  • same illogical,
  • somewhat blind,
  • same insuperable,
  • certain long-standing,
  • incomprehensible human,
  • counter-productive,
  • silly girlish,
  • irrational human,
  • theological or metaphysical,
  • anti-science,
  • thick, acrid,
  • often-heard,
  • last safe,
  • much childish,
  • blind, ignorant,
  • vulgar and ignorant,
  • same unaccountable,
  • anti-theological,
  • seemingly senseless,
  • anti-japanese,
  • quite unreasonable,
  • own racial,
  • still heavy,
  • current social,
  • much modern,
  • rather quiet,
  • bitter personal,
  • own ultimate,
  • rationalized,
  • good hearty,
  • ordinary, everyday,
  • such national,
  • such unworthy,
  • less painful,
  • almost insane,
  • knee-jerk,
  • basic human,
  • strong, healthy,
  • elitist,
  • old pagan,
  • clannish,
  • old human,
  • strongest possible,
  • nutritional,
  • strange and absurd,
  • narrow local,
  • old radical,
  • anti-negro,
  • vigorous national,
  • manifest more,
  • better and less,
  • somewhat unreasonable,
  • present strong,
  • intense political,
  • personal or social,
  • anti-ecclesiastical,
  • grave personal,
  • usual religious,
  • bitter and cruel,
  • blind, stupid,
  • strong instinctive,
  • more colossal,
  • violent personal,
  • strong and bitter,
  • merely professional,
  • much mere,
  • early scientific,
  • merely national,
  • racial or national,
  • once human,
  • cruel and merciless,
  • mere narrow,
  • false and dangerous,
  • crassest,
  • widespread popular,
  • wise and salutary,
  • usual medical,
  • theological and ecclesiastical,
  • old wicked,
  • past political,
  • national and patriotic,
  • great and bitter,
  • traditional british,
  • mere feminine,
  • distinct personal,
  • little original,
  • more senseless,
  • terrible social,
  • same hearty,
  • somewhat amusing,
  • utterly selfish,
  • peculiar and special,
  • anti-imperial,
  • rude and ignorant,
  • local religious,
  • almost maniacal,
  • political and national,
  • such ignorant,
  • unsurmountable,
  • absurd and ridiculous,
  • purely professional,
  • such naked,
  • deep human,
  • own grave,
  • ancient european,
  • own fond,
  • mere sentimental,
  • certain inevitable,
  • truly british,
  • personal or political,
  • old democratic,
  • old theological,
  • certain old-fashioned,
  • strong and active,
  • mere childish,
  • british national,
  • new and strong,
  • much military,
  • social and personal,
  • unjust and cruel,
  • half-reluctant,
  • same national,
  • less intense,
  • almost general,
  • still powerful,
  • wide-sweeping,
  • own cruel,
  • etarnal,
  • anti-papal,
  • anti-democratic,
  • small social,
  • such destructive,
  • same apparent,
  • ridiculous old,
  • political and personal,
  • such blind,
  • old ecclesiastical,
  • orthographical,
  • anti-national,
  • intense personal,
  • strong and powerful,
  • rather vulgar,
  • mere private,
  • once popular,
  • accountable,
  • hydra-headed,
  • strong political,
  • more barbarous,
  • brahminical,
  • strong religious,
  • anti-american,
  • britannic,
  • certain popular,
  • dickensian,
  • same narrow,
  • often mere,
  • french national,
  • propulsive,
  • chauvinistic,
  • such narrow,
  • political or religious,
  • indiscriminating,
  • somewhat doubtful,
  • certain personal,
  • oligarchical,
  • almost unconscious,
  • own foolish,
  • mere literary,
  • such gross,
  • hidebound,
  • more luxurious,
  • sexist,
  • same natural,
  • old political,
  • splenetic,
  • impressionistic,
  • pharisaical,
  • anti-semitic,
  • little innocent,
  • long-cherished,
  • nipponese,
  • such miserable,
  • mere personal,
  • unpatriotic,
  • old military,
  • other personal,
  • iconoclastic,
  • unenlightened,
  • horrid old,
  • anglian,
  • anachronistic,
  • rock-hard,
  • observable,
  • pedagogical,
  • repressive,
  • slanderous,
  • more intense,
  • managerial,
  • rationalistic,
  • deep-set,
  • slipshod,
  • unassailable,
  • fossilized,
  • more fortunate,
  • good solid,
  • modish,
  • stupid little,
  • upper-class,
  • pardonable,
  • ungovernable,
  • enough native-born,
  • irrational anachronistic,
  • critical and managerial,
  • hostile and inveterate,
  • inter-racial and international,
  • slightest national,
  • prevalent, popular,
  • smart, propulsive,
  • merely aristocratic,
  • religious or temperamental,
  • crass and petty,
  • unreasonable and unpatriotic,
  • unreasoning conservative,
  • tenacious and dangerous,
  • perhaps ingrained,
  • conventional democratic,
  • certain anti-national,
  • stereotyped international,
  • disarmed racial,
  • however religious,
  • violent provincial,
  • outrageous inconsistent,
  • disgraceful and inveterate,
  • amusing professional,
  • slightest splenetic,
  • morbid and malign,
  • vulgar and unchristian,
  • fatal heathen,
  • ludicrous popular,
  • vindictive racial,
  • involuntary but strong,
  • narrow and singular,
  • inborn or traditional,
  • antiquated, vulgar,
  • lively sentimental,
  • stubborn and perhaps fantastic,
  • away provincial,
  • extreme jewish,
  • paramount, racial,
  • fond overweening,
  • heretofore overpowering,
  • obstinate, hateful,
  • prejudice social,
  • reasonable professional,
  • mischievous and extravagant,
  • national and inborn,
  • arrogant metaphysical,
  • still powerful and widespread,
  • slight austere,
  • idle, ill-founded,
  • stubborn latent,
  • habitual and barbarous,
  • simple sectional,
  • sheer unreasonable,
  • soon disarmed,
  • fancy or bigoted,
  • sectional and religious,
  • common-sense and childish,
  • manly common-sense and childish,
  • manly common-sense,
  • unformulated national,
  • violent eccentric,
  • crass, intolerant,
  • etarnal and unreasonable,
  • reverent ingrained,
  • narrow-minded sectarian,
  • silly intellectual,
  • religious or radical,
  • unfounded and unnecessary,
  • foolish and inveterate,
  • anti-semitic and military,
  • immemorial bitter,
  • brutish masculine,
  • personal, political or professional,
  • fond, blind,
  • fundamental british,
  • foolish hereditary,
  • antiquated and incomprehensible,
  • unjust, aristocratic,
  • absolutely middle-class,
  • slight, inexplicable,
  • violent and most unjustifiable,
  • unreasoning, unthinking,
  • senseless local,
  • unnecessary and unfortunate,
  • quick paternal,
  • unreasonable sectarian,
  • time-honored popular,
  • worthless liberal,
  • impudent impious,
  • strong, hereditary,
  • unworthy national,
  • foregone ecclesiastical,
  • blinding religious,
  • cruel inveterate,
  • burdensome and repressive,
  • unassailable and unaccountable,
  • popular unrelenting,
  • extremely false and unjustifiable,
  • natural but unjust,
  • strangely superstitious,
  • national or contemporary,
  • equally senseless and cruel,
  • violent anti-imperial,
  • alive unreasoning,
  • ceremonial or doctrinal,
  • thoroughly unhealthy and impure,
  • deep-rooted vulgar,
  • literary or national,
  • silly unaccountable,
  • alive international,
  • deep-seated and vivacious,
  • extreme and unnatural,
  • inveterate vulgar,
  • common and wicked,
  • absurd british,
  • instinctively correct,
  • foolish and improper,
  • silly popular,
  • blind, wicked,
  • relentless native,
  • merely middle-class,
  • inveterate oriental,
  • decidedly robust,
  • somewhat widespread,
  • unhealthy and unjust,
  • intense and unrelenting,
  • farther active,
  • groundless personal,
  • highly liberal,
  • inveterate and pernicious,
  • estimable personal,
  • foolish, unjust,
  • real and inherent,
  • hopelessly uncritical,
  • unyielding british,
  • exciting theological,
  • common but childish,
  • dark monkish,
  • old and pernicious,
  • honest and ignorant,
  • singular and severe,
  • strong and very natural,
  • direct undue,
  • ingrained and inveterate,
  • sectional or partisan,
  • stupid, illogical,
  • cruel, unreasoning,
  • blind, arrogant,
  • same narrow-minded,
  • insane and cruel,
  • ancient and foolish,
  • thoughtless, unreasoning,
  • brave common,
  • old senseless,
  • immediate petty,
  • intense and unconquerable,
  • unaccountable and violent,
  • racial or social,
  • violent and fierce,
  • mere hostile,
  • old and ignorant,
  • common and national,
  • ridiculous and barbarous,
  • political or professional,
  • ignorant popular,
  • antiquated national,
  • universal and innate,
  • widespread vulgar,
  • vulgar and narrow-minded,
  • extremely false,
  • single hereditary,
  • deep, ingrained,
  • exciting religious,
  • stronger social,
  • deep-rooted popular,
  • mythical and symbolic,
  • honest national,
  • vain and stupid,
  • narrow, miserable,
  • gross and unfounded,
  • racial and sectional,
  • same illiberal,
  • much old-time,
  • great and predominant,
  • little, provincial,
  • senseless and unnatural,
  • bitter and unreasonable,
  • unjust and painful,
  • narrow and vulgar,
  • foolish and arrogant,
  • dangerous and false,
  • wicked and vulgar,
  • amiable and harmless,
  • inveterate national,
  • former violent,
  • former well-known,
  • perhaps fantastic,
  • absurd and injurious,
  • powerful and widespread,
  • almost racial,
  • dull, stubborn,
  • scientific or theological,
  • vulgar and senseless,
  • medieval economic,
  • weak and violent,
  • inflamed popular,
  • local or political,
  • unreasonable and violent,
  • usual hostile,
  • merely stupid,
  • strong anti-clerical,
  • quite unjustified,
  • social and theological,
  • ancient and poetic,
  • political or racial,
  • apparently unjust,
  • later strong,
  • hearty national,
  • brave public,
  • much indifferent,
  • more groundless,
  • temporary popular,
  • strange, blank,
  • equally senseless,
  • thoroughly unhealthy,
  • much stubborn,
  • unjust and unfounded,
  • altogether unfounded,
  • mere obstinate,
  • stupid and senseless,
  • merely public,
  • erroneous popular,
  • foolish and fatal,
  • equally private,
  • cruel and false,
  • apparently intense,
  • blind, irrational,
  • narrow and ignorant,
  • petty feminine,
  • personal or partisan,
  • religious or racial,
  • narrow sectarian,
  • mere baseless,
  • ignorant and cruel,
  • old and natural,
  • cruel and unreasonable,
  • own unthinking,
  • ridiculous and contemptible,
  • down considerable,
  • terribly cruel,
  • white southern,
  • mere british,
  • healthy religious,
  • ignorant and unthinking,
  • low and selfish,
  • equally awful,
  • early childish,
  • rather mere,
  • narrow jewish,
  • natural personal,
  • similar popular,
  • personal and racial,
  • simply blind,
  • aside political,
  • strange and unreasonable,
  • blind and cruel,
  • unreasoning and unreasonable,
  • still persistent,
  • deep popular,
  • down mere,
  • local popular,
  • general and widespread,
  • entirely unreasonable,
  • cruel and senseless,
  • true old-fashioned,
  • aside petty,
  • gross and cruel,
  • last vague,
  • less national,
  • rather unreasonable,
  • senseless and cruel,
  • strange, passionate,
  • mere unreasoning,
  • vague and indeterminate,
  • vain and ridiculous,
  • strong aristocratic,
  • hard, unforgiving,
  • narrow, bigoted,
  • same vulgar,
  • unjust and unreasonable,
  • strong and general,
  • ancient aristocratic,
  • such unfounded,
  • stupid and ignorant,
  • personal and selfish,
  • such unreasoning,
  • often half-conscious,
  • ancient hysterical,
  • gravely false,
  • ineffable nonsensical,
  • unthinking or willful,
  • ingrained racial,
  • religious, political or patriotic,
  • religious, national and racial,
  • common but ill-founded,
  • strong and widely prevalent,
  • legitimate, veracious,
  • jealous social,
  • irrational, old-world,
  • unscientific old-world,
  • british conformist,
  • puritanical middle-class,
  • bitter and illogical,
  • alarming uninformed,
  • unreasoning, stupid,
  • inveterate disgusting,
  • obsolete old-world,
  • widespread racial,
  • pique or personal,
  • strong and not unnatural,
  • violent and injurious,
  • other, national,
  • alive religious,
  • racial, patriotic and political,
  • much narrow,
  • fatal french,
  • aside traditional,
  • unjust and damaging,
  • down pagan,
  • perhaps understandable,
  • stiff and obstinate,
  • ignorant and unreasonable,
  • personal and spontaneous,
  • lesser moral,
  • thoughtless, ignorant,
  • mere patriotic,
  • narrow and provincial,
  • false or foolish,
  • patriotic and political,
  • cruel religious,
  • equally widespread,
  • violent social,
  • less covert,
  • rather widespread,
  • weak and ignorant,
  • altogether unreasonable,
  • many injurious,
  • remarkable religious,
  • widely prevalent,
  • mere savage,
  • religious or other,
  • inter-racial,
  • hard and narrow,
  • equally serious,
  • national and racial,
  • just natural,
  • almost invincible,
  • purely national,
  • foolish and wicked,
  • conformist,
  • ecclesiastical and civil,
  • much social,
  • own eternal,
  • such brutal,
  • divisive,
  • same ancient,
  • new british,
  • long-held,
  • unphilosophical,
  • native-born,
  • veracious,
  • purely physical,
  • repugnant,
  • stupid old,
  • pique,
  • long-established,
  • self-righteous,
  • understandable,
  • hygienic,
  • ideological,
  • puritanical,
  • probably mere,
  • old foolish,
  • anti-socialist,
  • local and general,
  • nearly universal,
  • anti-foreign,
  • still strong,
  • old social,
  • stultifying,
  • strong personal,
  • mere vulgar,
  • such wicked,
  • certain religious,
  • mere political,
  • lackadaisical,
  • unjustified,
  • such bitter,
  • such foolish,
  • such public,
  • conventual,
  • excusable,
  • denominational,
  • half-conscious,
  • political and religious,
  • irreparable,
  • irreconcilable,
  • unsubstantial,
  • great public,
  • thy own,
  • social and political,
  • slavish,
  • nagging,
  • little less,
  • own great,
  • misleading,
  • monkish,
  • predominant,
  • blackest,
  • unpopular,
  • racial or aesthetic,
  • conscious and malicious,
  • stultifying and blinding,
  • universal and unconquerable,
  • long-standing, widespread,
  • despicable or more,
  • erroneous and popular,
  • correct vulgar,
  • salutary domestic,
  • singular, unaccountable,
  • virulent and common,
  • foolish lackadaisical,
  • just unreasonable,
  • shoulders racial,
  • foolish and very stupid,
  • unclerical native,
  • petty and unforgiving,
  • unpopular and unreasonable,
  • unreasoning popular,
  • vulgar national,
  • continual and permanent,
  • monstrous popular,
  • exploitational,
  • blind and vulgar,
  • sectional and sectarian,
  • foolish, illogical,
  • amiable national,
  • possibly mere,
  • cruel public,
  • vulgar and foolish,
  • real female,
  • unreasonable and unreasoning,
  • old sectarian,
  • absurd political,
  • stupid british,
  • more iniquitous,
  • simple national,
  • cruel and murderous,
  • strong racial,
  • smallest personal,
  • racial and ethnic,
  • great impersonal,
  • certain dull,
  • ingrained cultural,
  • else stiff,
  • peculiar and most republican,
  • obstinate and unyielding,
  • mild but obstinate,
  • vain and cruel,
  • cruel and odious,
  • personal and partisan,
  • racial or religious,
  • weak and ineffectual,
  • same unreasoning,
  • narrow religious,
  • just blind,
  • religious and racial,
  • sacred old,
  • almost unconquerable,
  • anti-human,
  • just personal,
  • anti-french,
  • own possible,
  • rather violent,
  • mere blind,
  • old popular,
  • ill-founded,
  • such vulgar,
  • anti-clerical,
  • purely personal,
  • uninformed,
  • uncritical,
  • unswerving,
  • effete,
  • unfavorable,
  • nonsensical,
  • laudable,
  • puerile,
  • undying,
  • such wholesale,
  • local and national,
  • religious or political,
  • true british,
  • anti-christian,
  • lower-class,
  • well-founded,
  • religious and political,
  • rancorous,
  • overweening,
  • crass,
  • undeserved,
  • unforgiving,
  • iniquitous,
  • more general,
  • virulent,
  • unyielding,
  • immemorial,
  • incurable,
  • misguided,
  • longstanding human,
  • long-established illiberal,
  • religious, racial and political,
  • racial, religious or political,
  • savage gothic,
  • real racial,
  • racial, patriotic or political,
  • political or patriotic,
  • patriotic or political,
  • silly political,
  • racial and political,
  • racial and national,
  • mere popular,
  • lifeless verbal,
  • particular and strong,
  • much unreasonable,
  • common galactic,
  • barbarous feudal,
  • complexional,
  • great and horrible,
  • much popular,
  • anti-catholic,
  • own religious,
  • moral and social,
  • snobbish,
  • doctrinal,
  • willful,
  • gravest,
  • bitterest,
  • incorrigible,
  • evangelical,
  • pernicious,
  • picky,
  • bone-deep,
  • baseless,
  • least possible,
  • baneful,
  • ethnic,
  • age-old,
  • life-long,
  • rousing,
  • compelling,
  • parental,
  • thoughtless,
  • insane and wicked,
  • mere national,
  • momentary popular,
  • false and ignorant,
  • strong popular,
  • deeply ingrained,
  • strong national,
  • religious and social,
  • social and religious,
  • insurmountable,
  • intolerant,
  • erroneous,
  • adverse,
  • vehement,
  • idiotic,
  • feudal,
  • obsolete,
  • ignoble,
  • great popular,
  • almost universal,
  • immovable,
  • baleful,
  • victorian,
  • insuperable,
  • unthinking,
  • asiatic,
  • racial and religious,
  • same popular,
  • tyrannical,
  • innate,
  • maternal,
  • latent,
  • blinding,
  • conservative,
  • common human,
  • dogmatic,
  • odious,
  • unjustifiable,
  • favorable,
  • malignant,
  • arbitrary,
  • narrower local,
  • unwarrantable,
  • bigoted,
  • injurious,
  • democratic,
  • barbaric local,
  • antiquated and ignorant,
  • salutary,
  • metaphysical,
  • narrow-minded,
  • long-standing,
  • unfair,
  • prevalent,
  • uncommon,
  • evident,
  • selfish,
  • mere local,
  • disarmed,
  • middle-class,
  • cultural,
  • provincial,
  • gross,
  • illogical,
  • old-time,
  • stubborn,
  • exciting,
  • instinctive,
  • insane,
  • groundless,
  • old-world,
  • unworthy,
  • unnatural,
  • unconscious,
  • unchristian,
  • inborn,
  • inherent,
  • hateful,
  • stupid blind,
  • preconceived,
  • scientific,
  • petty,
  • barbarous,
  • ecclesiastical,
  • childish,
  • sheer,
  • hostile,
  • intense,
  • singular,
  • slightest,
  • ridiculous,
  • antiquated,
  • manifest,
  • jewish,
  • senseless,
  • widespread,
  • infinite,
  • professional,
  • unfortunate,
  • illiberal,
  • strongest,
  • fatal,
  • conventional,
  • partisan,
  • unfounded,
  • ingrained,
  • wicked,
  • unconquerable,
  • invincible,
  • deep-seated,
  • undue,
  • patriotic,
  • hereditary,
  • irrational,
  • unaccountable,
  • theological,
  • old-fashioned,
  • aristocratic,
  • deep-rooted,
  • sectarian,
  • obstinate,
  • traditional,
  • stupid,
  • superstitious,
  • cruel,
  • universal,
  • unjust,
  • least,
  • narrow,
  • inveterate,
  • unreasoning,
  • sectional,
  • human,
  • absurd,
  • bitter,
  • public,
  • common,
  • violent,
  • ignorant,
  • ancient,
  • foolish,
  • unreasonable,
  • blind,
  • natural,
  • general,
  • extreme,
  • political,
  • social,
  • local,
  • mere,
  • personal,
  • vulgar,
  • national,
  • racial,
  • religious,
  • strong,
  • popular.
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