But I understand editors have a prejudice against
He rather enjoyed seeing his own prejudice against
women grotesquely reflected in this flighty stranger's prejudice against
Apart from his prejudice against
new-fangled surgery, I'm afraid he looks at the case from your point of view--don't do it, for Leslie's sake.
You are entirely wrong, sir," I said, "in supposing that I speak from any prejudice against
Sir Percival Glyde.
With a strong prejudice against
everything he might say, she began his account of what had happened at Netherfield.
Her prejudice against
the minister had relaxed under his genial talk and presence, but feeling that Mrs.
My father had a strong prejudice against
the Scotch nation.
It would be a poor thing to gratify a prejudice against
I've always had a prejudice against
negroes," said Miss Ophelia, "and it's a fact, I never could bear to have that child touch me; but, I don't think she knew it.
I have a prejudice against
people who print things in a foreign language and add no translation.
His prejudice against
human flesh is no deep-seated instinct.
It had cost her something to encounter Lady Russell's surprise; and now, if she were by any chance to be thrown into company with Captain Wentworth, her imperfect knowledge of the matter might add another shade of prejudice against
At the same time I confess that I have a prejudice against
certain words that I cannot overcome; the sight of some offends me, the sound of others, and rather than use one of those detested vocables, even when I perceive that it would convey my exact meaning, I would cast about long for some other.
Those words showed Sir Patrick the utter hopelessness of shaking her prejudice against
DOUGLASS could be persuaded to conse- crate his time and talents to the promotion of the anti-slavery enterprise, a powerful impetus would be given to it, and a stunning blow at the same time inflicted on northern prejudice against
a colored complexion.