But you shouldn't call it a prejudice
,' said Clennam.
His views of human nature were the views of Diogenes, tempered by Rochefoucauld; his personal habits were slovenly in the last degree; and his favorite boast was that he had outlived all human prejudices.
I respect your honest prejudices in favor of those boys of mine with all my heart.
The obscurity is much oftener in the passions and prejudices
of the reasoner than in the subject.
She had a cultivated mind, and was, generally speaking, rational and consistent; but she had prejudices
on the side of ancestry; she had a value for rank and consequence, which blinded her a little to the faults of those who possessed them.
Upon this, Wilkins was immediately summoned; who having confirmed what the captain had said, was by Mr Allworthy, by and with the captain's advice, dispatched to Little Baddington, to inform herself of the truth of the fact: for the captain exprest great dislike at all hasty proceedings in criminal matters, and said he would by no means have Mr Allworthy take any resolution either to the prejudice
of the child or its father, before he was satisfied that the latter was guilty; for though he had privately satisfied himself of this from one of Partridge's neighbours, yet he was too generous to give any such evidence to Mr Allworthy.
The bird that would soar above the level plain of tradition and prejudice
must have strong wings.
We chose to begin our mission with the lady of the village, and hoped that her prejudice and obstinacy, however great, would in time yield to the advice and example of her husband, and that her conversion would have a great influence on the whole village, but having lost several days without being able to prevail upon her to hear us on any one point, we left the place, and went to another mountain, higher and better peopled.
The lord or governor of the place was a Catholic, and had desired missionaries, but his wife had conceived an implacable aversion both from us and the Roman Church, and almost all the inhabitants of that mountain were infected with the same prejudices as she.
Be it said, that though I had felt such a strong repugnance to his smoking in the bed the night before, yet see how elastic our stiff prejudices
grow when love once comes to bend them.
I am surprised I have written so many articles without having brought up Pride and Prejudice
Cairo, Safar 29, 1439, Nov 18, 2017, SPA -- Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi stressed that no one can prejudice
Egypt's share of water, in the Nile River, explaining that he had been talking with both Ethiopian and Sudanese sides, on several points, especially those related to non-prejudice
to Egypt's share of water.
HIV carriers face huge problems mainly because of prejudice
and the House human rights committee said it intended to ask the government to grant them a special allowance, it emerged on Monday.
Tenders are invited for ehrc 1718-33 prejudice
and unlawful behaviour: developing and running a national barometer of prejudice
is a constant and powerful enemy of intelligence and objectivity.