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Narrow vs Prejudiced - What's the difference?

narrow | prejudiced | Related terms |

Narrow is a related term of prejudiced.


As adjectives the difference between narrow and prejudiced

is that narrow is having a small width; not wide; slim; slender; having opposite edges or sides that are close, especially by comparison to length or depth while prejudiced is having prejudices.

As verbs the difference between narrow and prejudiced

is that narrow is to reduce in width or extent; to contract while prejudiced is (prejudice).

As a noun narrow

is (chiefly|in the plural) a narrow passage, especially a contracted part of a stream, lake, or sea; a strait connecting two bodies of water.

Prejudiced vs Isolated - What's the difference?

prejudiced | isolated | Related terms |

Prejudiced is a related term of isolated.


As verbs the difference between prejudiced and isolated

is that prejudiced is (prejudice) while isolated is (isolate).

As adjectives the difference between prejudiced and isolated

is that prejudiced is having prejudices while isolated is placed or standing apart or alone; in isolation.

Opinionated vs Prejudiced - What's the difference?

opinionated | prejudiced | Related terms |

Opinionated is a related term of prejudiced.


As adjectives the difference between opinionated and prejudiced

is that opinionated is having very strong opinions while prejudiced is having prejudices.

As a verb prejudiced is

(prejudice).

Prejudiced vs Narrowminded - What's the difference?

prejudiced | narrowminded | Related terms |

Prejudiced is a related term of narrowminded.


As adjectives the difference between prejudiced and narrowminded

is that prejudiced is having prejudices while narrowminded is .

As a verb prejudiced

is (prejudice).

Prejudiced vs Limited - What's the difference?

prejudiced | limited | Related terms |

Prejudiced is a related term of limited.


As verbs the difference between prejudiced and limited

is that prejudiced is (prejudice) while limited is (limit).

As adjectives the difference between prejudiced and limited

is that prejudiced is having prejudices while limited is with certain (often specified) limits placed upon it.

Prejudiced vs Prepossessed - What's the difference?

prejudiced | prepossessed |


As verbs the difference between prejudiced and prepossessed

is that prejudiced is (prejudice) while prepossessed is (prepossess).

As adjectives the difference between prejudiced and prepossessed

is that prejudiced is having prejudices while prepossessed is showing bias or partiality.

Prejudiced vs Disparaging - What's the difference?

prejudiced | disparaging |


As verbs the difference between prejudiced and disparaging

is that prejudiced is (prejudice) while disparaging is .

As adjectives the difference between prejudiced and disparaging

is that prejudiced is having prejudices while disparaging is insulting, ridiculing.

As a noun disparaging is

disparagement.

Prejudiced vs Prejudices - What's the difference?

prejudiced | prejudices |


As a verb prejudiced

is (prejudice).

As an adjective prejudiced

is having prejudices.

As a noun prejudices is

.

Prejudiced vs Superstitious - What's the difference?

prejudiced | superstitious |


As adjectives the difference between prejudiced and superstitious

is that prejudiced is having prejudices while superstitious is susceptible to superstitions.

As a verb prejudiced

is (prejudice).

Predjudice vs Prejudiced - What's the difference?

predjudice | prejudiced |


As a noun predjudice

is .

As a verb prejudiced is

(prejudice).

As an adjective prejudiced is

having prejudices.

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