- prejudicial (adj.)
- early 15c., "causing prejudice;" 1530s, "full of prejudice," from prejudice (n.) + -al (1), or else from Middle French prejudicial and directly from Medieval Latin prejudicialis "injurious," from Latin praeiudicium.
- 1. developments prejudicial to the company's future
- 2. The news - report was prejudicial to the defendant's case.
- 3. You could face up to eight years in jail for spreading rumours considered prejudicial to security.
- 4. The judge agreed with the prosecution that such information would be too prejudicial for the jury to hear.
- 5. Too much smoking is prejudicial to health.
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