The Definition of BIASED – BIASED in a Sentence

What Is the Definition of BIASED?

Slide 2: BIASED: favouring one person or thing over another, a leaning toward or against

Slide 3:

Sentence example: The health report was biased toward a vegetarian diet.

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  • affable
  • aggressive
  • arduous
  • bent
  • biased
  • conventional
  • delinquent
  • detrimental
  • erroneous
  • expendable
  • extraordinary
  • fragile
  • gracious
  • gradual
  • hospitable
  • impressive
  • impulsive
  • relevant
  • remiss
  • ridiculous
  • squalid
  • supercilious
  • suspicious
  • sympathetic
  • wooden

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More examples of the word BIASED:

Politicians and law enforcement officials today rarely endorse racially biased practices, and most of them fiercely condemn racial discrimination of any kind.
Source: The New Jim Crow

Because this text includes biased and sometimes hateful language, the technology may end up generating biased and hateful language.
Source: New York Times

“Employees also must juggle child care, home schooling, and more stressors. Both limitations suggest that our estimates are likely to be biased downward.”
Source: New York Times

Conservatives should no longer accept ideologically biased censorship and grant power to the Silicon Valley tech giants, almost all of whose political contributions go to Democrats and left-leaning causes, the Georgia lawmaker said.
Source: Washington Times

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