Definition of Parti pris

1. Noun. An opinion formed beforehand without adequate evidence. "He did not even try to confirm his preconceptions"




Definition of Parti pris

1. Noun. A bias or preconceived opinion. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Parti Pris

parthenogeneses
parthenogenesis
parthenogenetic
parthenogenetically
parthenogenic
parthenogenitive
parthenogens
parthenogeny
parthenolide
parthenophobia
parthenote
parthenotes
parthood
parti
parti-color
parti pris (current term)
partial
partial(p)
partial-birth abortion
partial-birth abortions
partial-fraction
partial-order
partial-thickness burn
partial-thickness flap
partial-thickness graft
partial abortion
partial adrenocortical insufficiency
partial agglutinin
partial anencephaly
partial aneuploidy

Literary usage of Parti pris

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1. A History of the New Testament Times: The Time of the Apostles by Adolf Hausrath (1895)
"For Dr. Haus- rath's parti pris is, after all, the parti pris of history and science wherever they appear. He is trying to make his subject intelligible and ..."

2. A History of the New Testament Times: The Time of the Apostles by Adolf Hausrath (1895)
"For Dr. Haus- rath's parti pris is ... after all, the parti pris of history and science wherever they appear. He is trying to make his subject intelligible ..."

3. The Hague Peace Conferences of 1899 and 1907: A Series of Lectures Delivered by James Brown Scott (1909)
"... sans parti pris resulted in the rejection of every proposed subject of arbitration, be it large or trivial. The rejoicing which followed Baron Marschall ..."

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