Synonyms for Prejudice:

n.

mark, disfigure, mar, spoil, take its toll, stain, injure. attitude, bigotry, stand, intolerance, self-assessment, impression, view, reputation, viewpoint, stance, feeling, opinion. attitude (noun)
stance, leaning.
envy (noun)
jaundiced eye, spite.
misjudgment (noun)
misestimation, Misjudgment, miscalculation, underestimation, overestimation.
preconception (noun)
prejudgment.
prejudice (noun)
preconception, prepossess, bias.

v.

cognition (verb)
prepossess.
influence (verb)
bias, pressure, influence, authorize, predominate, lead, empower, master, motivate, control, command, affect, sway, power.
influence another's beliefs without basis, information (verb)
jaundice, prepossess, spoil, skew, injure, mar, sway, color.

Other synonyms:

narrow-mindedness, racism, intolerance, tendentiousness, partisanship, one-sidedness. jaundice, chauvinism, narrowness, hatred. mar, injure. warp. blemish
mar.
dogmatism
bigotry.
jaundice
jaundice.
partiality
discrimination.

Usage examples for prejudice

  1. It was difficult for Mark, who had nothing but the traditions of Haverton House for a standard to understand how with perfect respect the boys could address their master by his second name without prejudice to discipline. – The Altar Steps by Compton MacKenzie
  2. You must listen to me without prejudice – The Devil's Paw by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  3. And this, owing to the almost universal prejudice in favor of the old, and to the suspicion of the new, is difficult to get. – The Principles of Scientific Management by Frederick Winslow Taylor