Synonyms of prejudice in English:

prejudice


See definition of prejudice

noun

1‘male prejudices about women’

SYNONYMS
preconceived idea, preconception, preconceived notion
prejudgement

2‘he claimed that his opponents were motivated by prejudice’

SYNONYMS
bigotry, bias, partisanship, partiality, intolerance, discrimination, a jaundiced eye, preference, one-sidedness, unfairness, inequality, inequity
racism, racialism, anti-Semitism, chauvinism, sexism, ageism, heterosexism, classism, fattism
US Jim Crowism

3‘without prejudice to the interests of other countries’

SYNONYMS
detriment, harm, disadvantage, damage, injury, hurt, impairment, loss
British disbenefit

verb

1‘it was felt that the article would prejudice the jury’

SYNONYMS
bias, influence, sway, predispose, make biased, make partial, make partisan, colour, poison, jaundice, warp, twist, slant, distort
rare prepossess

2‘this could prejudice his chances of victory in the November election’

SYNONYMS
damage, be detrimental to, be prejudicial to, be disadvantageous to, injure, harm, hurt, mar, spoil, impair, undermine, be deleterious to, hinder, compromise, drive a nail into the coffin of