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Definition of "biassed" [biassed]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of bias. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "biassed" in a sentence
  • "Mugabe previously dismissed Tibaijuka's findings as "biassed" and a product of western pressures."
  • "Also they told me that my views were biassed by my empty pockets, and that some day, when I had gathered to me a few dollars, my views would be wholly different, -- in short, that my views would be their views."
  • "Perhaps people think they have rights to housing and holidays because we regard these things as a quid pro quo for our society's being systematically dismantled by government policies - of all parties - that favour their large, global buddies (via subsidies to big business, infrastructure; the externalising of social and environmental costs; and a biassed regulatory system) at the expense of the small and local."
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