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EtymologyEdit

prejudice +‎ -ious

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prejudicious (comparative more prejudicious, superlative most prejudicious)

  1. (rare) Acting with prejudice; having prejudice.
    • 2003, Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick, Adam Frank, Touching feeling: affect, pedagogy, performativity
      Seemingly, the reservoir of such thought and speculation could make an important resource for theorists committed to thinking about human lives otherwise than through the prejudicious gender reifications that are common in psychoanalysis as in other projects of modern philosophy and science.