Free from prejudice; impartial. See Synonyms at fair1.(adjective)
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Use "unprejudiced" in a sentence
"There seem to be more younger women who are crazy enough or damaged enough or just plain unprejudiced against gray hair, bald spots, slack guts, and wrinkles or for whom a trim waist and a youthful attitude and a sparkling personality are attractive enough than there are younger men similarly crazy, damaged, or unprejudiced."
"I presume he's not the kind of unprejudiced priest who pretends to have vices when he has none?"
"I could not help but notice during these "unprejudiced" town meetings that the Cave family is being somewhat persecuted for going above and beyond everything the town has requested of them."