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Definition of "biassing" []

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

Use "biassing" in a sentence
  • "Hansen is concatenating two time series data Which climate has to be sets by “biassing” one, in terms of the other ?"
  • "Those who have to do with God in the matter of gospel obedience, and know what it is indeed to “serve him under temptations,” can tell you another manner of story; and among them Mr Goodwin could do so to the purpose, if his thoughts were not prejudiced by any biassing opinions that must be leaned unto."
  • "As the ungainly old tub surged slowly out of the little harbour, her worn-out and generally used-up appearance would have given a Board of Trade Inspector the nightmare; the piratical looks of her crowd were enough to frighten a shipload of passengers into fits; but to us who had seen their performances in all weathers, and under all circumstances, accidental externals had no weight in biassing our high opinion of them all."
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