Biased vs Reasonable - What's the difference?

biased | reasonable |

As adjectives the difference between biased and reasonable

is that biased is exhibiting bias; prejudiced while reasonable is having the faculty of reason; endued with reason; rational.

As a verb biased

is (bias).



Alternative forms

* (UK) biassed


  • (bias)
  • She biased them against him for no apparent reason.


    (en adjective)
  • exhibiting bias; prejudiced
  • The newspaper gave a biased account of the incident.
  • angled at a slant
  • The table had a biased edge.


    * (having a partial view) partial, prejudiced, tendentious






    (en adjective)
  • Having the faculty of reason; endued with reason; rational.
  • a reasonable being
  • Just; fair; agreeable to reason.
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  • Not excessive or immoderate; within due limits; proper.
  • a reasonable demand, amount, or price
  • Not expensive; fairly priced.
  • $20 a bottle is very reasonable for a good wine at a restaurant.
  • Satisfactory.
  • Antonyms

    * arbitrary * unreasonable