prejudge

Favoritism vs Prejudge - What's the difference?

favoritism | prejudge |


As a noun favoritism

is (us).

As a verb prejudge is

to judge before considering the evidence.

Prejudge vs Predetermine - What's the difference?

prejudge | predetermine |


As verbs the difference between prejudge and predetermine

is that prejudge is to judge before considering the evidence while predetermine is to determine or decide in advance.

Prejudge vs Impartial - What's the difference?

prejudge | impartial |


As a verb prejudge

is to judge before considering the evidence.

As an adjective impartial is

treating all parties, rivals, or disputants equally; not partial; not biased; fair.

Prejudged vs Prejudge - What's the difference?

prejudged | prejudge |


As verbs the difference between prejudged and prejudge

is that prejudged is (prejudge) while prejudge is to judge before considering the evidence.

Rejudge vs Prejudge - What's the difference?

rejudge | prejudge |


As verbs the difference between rejudge and prejudge

is that rejudge is judge anew while prejudge is to judge before considering the evidence.

Taxonomy vs Prejudge - What's the difference?

taxonomy | prejudge |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As a verb prejudge is

to judge before considering the evidence.

Prejudge vs Misjudge - What's the difference?

prejudge | misjudge |


As verbs the difference between prejudge and misjudge

is that prejudge is to judge before considering the evidence while misjudge is to make an error in judging, to incorrectly assess.

Prejudge vs Prejudicate - What's the difference?

prejudge | prejudicate |


As verbs the difference between prejudge and prejudicate

is that prejudge is to judge before considering the evidence while prejudicate is .

As an adjective prejudicate is

(obsolete) prejudiced, biased.

Prejudge vs Forejudge - What's the difference?

prejudge | forejudge |


As verbs the difference between prejudge and forejudge

is that prejudge is to judge before considering the evidence while forejudge is or forejudge can be (label) to judge beforehand; prejudge.

Evidence vs Prejudge - What's the difference?

evidence | prejudge |


As verbs the difference between evidence and prejudge

is that evidence is to provide evidence for, or suggest the truth of while prejudge is to judge before considering the evidence.

As a noun evidence

is facts or observations presented in support of an assertion.

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