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Correct spelling for PREJIDUCE
We think the word prejiduce is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for prejiduce
- Produce(Definition of produce)
- Practice(Definition of practice)
- Producer(Definition of producer)
- Prentice(Definition of prentice)
- Prejudice(Definition of prejudice)
- Prejudiced(Definition of prejudiced)
"but i hope to produce a better impression-if you can spare me a little of your time.
"i was in practice at the time.
The sea, moreover, instead of being loved, as it is by us, as the highway of our commerce, and the producer of vast stores of food-the sea, i say, was almost feared by the old jews, who were no sailors.
I never thought of her again till breakfast this morning when mr. douglas says to me: 'why, wherever is miss prentice?
There had better be, unless the genius that presides over the fires in this household would like to feel the weight of my displeasure.
It was a sort of military noah's ark; but i knew that the prejudice against me was so strong that nobody would believe what i told them.
An' i'm sure prejudiced, which's no wonder, considerin' where i saw him in denver....
But this is an advantage, for if i had had a koran in my possession, i should only have excited the prejudices of the people against me, and should not have been able to have kept it from them.