Marked by or exhibiting bias; prejudiced: gave a biased account of the trial. (adjective)
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Use "biased" in a sentence
"The term biased refers to a person or group who is judged to exhibit bias."
"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."
"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."