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tendentious

adjective ten·den·tious \ten-ˈden(t)-shəs\

: strongly favoring a particular point of view in a way that may cause argument : expressing a strong opinion

Full Definition of TENDENTIOUS

:  marked by a tendency in favor of a particular point of view :  biased
ten·den·tious·ly adverb
ten·den·tious·ness noun

Examples of TENDENTIOUS

  1. He made some extremely tendentious remarks.

First Known Use of TENDENTIOUS

1900

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