Antonyms for biased
|Grammar : Adj|
|Spell : bahy-uh st|
|Phonetic Transcription : ˈbaɪ əst|
Definition of biasedOrigin :
- 1610s in reference to bowling, 1660s in reference to persons; past participle adjective from bias (v.).
- adj partial
- They were biased, unreliable at best, as regards culinary matters.
- Extract from : « Cooking and Dining in Imperial Rome » by Apicius
- Do not judge hastily or allow yourself to be biased by the opinions of others.
- Extract from : « The Right Knock » by Helen Van-Anderson
- On literary subjects they are often full of over-statement and of biased judgment.
- Extract from : « Old Familiar Faces » by Theodore Watts-Dunton
- The opinions of the biased historians in this field will be interesting.
- Extract from : « The Journal of Negro History, Volume 5, 1920 » by Various
- The method is not new, for you may say that all historians are biased.
- Extract from : « Meccania » by Owen Gregory
- This conception only proves the biased judgment of the scientist.
- Extract from : « Woman and Socialism » by August Bebel
- Such evidence is stronger than the biased statistics of Mr Keynes.
- Extract from : « The Fruits of Victory » by Norman Angell
- It has been loaded with convention, biased by adult convenience.
- Extract from : « Human Nature and Conduct » by John Dewey
- The evidence of the Fourcades regarding her conduct in their house at Tarbes was biased, she said.
- Extract from : « She Stands Accused » by Victor MacClure
- Page 10: "biassed" changed to "biased" (I must be naturally biased).
- Extract from : « Old Flies in New Dresses » by Charles Edward Walker
Synonyms for biased
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