prejudice

Prejudice vs P - What's the difference?

prejudice | p |


As a noun prejudice

is a harm, a damage.

As a letter p is

the sixteenth letter of the.

As a symbol p is

symbol for phosphorus.

Prejudice vs Jeopardy - What's the difference?

prejudice | jeopardy |


As nouns the difference between prejudice and jeopardy

is that prejudice is a harm, a damage while jeopardy is danger of loss, harm, or failure.

Prejudice vs Sceptical - What's the difference?

prejudice | sceptical |


As a noun prejudice

is a harm, a damage.

As an adjective sceptical is

having, or expressing doubt; questioning.

Prejudice vs Scepticism - What's the difference?

prejudice | scepticism |


As nouns the difference between prejudice and scepticism

is that prejudice is a harm, a damage while scepticism is .

Prejudice vs Arbitrary - What's the difference?

prejudice | arbitrary |


As nouns the difference between prejudice and arbitrary

is that prejudice is a harm, a damage while arbitrary is anything arbitrary, such as an arithmetical value or a fee.

As an adjective arbitrary is

(usually|of a decision) based on individual discretion or judgment; not based on any objective distinction, perhaps even made at random.

Prejudice vs Disposition - What's the difference?

prejudice | disposition |


As nouns the difference between prejudice and disposition

is that prejudice is a harm, a damage while disposition is disposal.

Frank vs Prejudice - What's the difference?

frank | prejudice |


As nouns the difference between frank and prejudice

is that frank is one of the franks, a germanic federation that inhabited parts of what are now france, the low countries and germany while prejudice is a harm, a damage.

As a proper noun frank

is .

Prejudice vs Phobia - What's the difference?

prejudice | phobia |


As nouns the difference between prejudice and phobia

is that prejudice is a harm, a damage while phobia is an irrational or obsessive fear or anxiety, usually of or about something particular.

Presentiment vs Prejudice - What's the difference?

presentiment | prejudice |


As nouns the difference between presentiment and prejudice

is that presentiment is a premonition; a feeling that something, often of undesirable nature, is going to happen while prejudice is a harm, a damage.

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