Simple past tense and past participle of prejudice.(verb)
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Use "prejudiced" in a sentence
"Brownback says a supporter of rival Republican candidate Mike Huckabee waged what he calls a prejudiced anti-Catholic e-mail campaign against him."
"Lindy Chamberlain set to break silence on Azaria case in church LINDY Chamberlain will speak out in an exclusive interview about the death of her daughter Azaria, what she calls a prejudiced police investigation, accusations of murder and a marriage breakdown."
"What does shock me is when a certain prejudiced view becomes mainstream."