Examples of partiality in a Sentence
partiality blinded the administrator to the benefits of the proposed system for distributing work
a person with an unfortunate partiality for jumping to conclusions
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Haley was correct in pointing out that a U.N. that consistently singles out Israel for condemnation is in no position to criticize the U.S. for its partiality toward its ally.
Such an arrangement is inherently vulnerable to bias and partiality.
Not even its partiality to Hillary Clinton in 2016, fear-driven, came anywhere near the obsequious pampering accorded to Obama, lest any disclosure, misstep, or hint of criticism be allowed to threaten his historic ascent.
Those include proving misconduct, fraud or partiality by an arbitrator — not necessarily the merit of the decision or interpretation of the facts.
With a partiality to place names established, here's an all-time standout among place names: ancient (like the species itself), profound, palpable, vast, strong, even as present-day tragedy makes the word ache.
Few things communicate partiality as strongly as a celebration of the Confederates.
Our current chancellor is committed to using his authority without any partiality other than what is in the best interests of students and the school system overall.
But the congressional Republicans leading the investigation have already declared their partiality.
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First Known Use of partiality
Synonymsfavor, nonobjectivity, one-sidedness, bias, parti pris, partisanship, ply, prejudice, tendentiousness
Antonymsimpartiality, neutrality, objectivity, open-mindedness, unbiasedness
Related Wordschauvinism, cronyism, favoritism, nepotism; self-opinionatedness, self-partiality; bent, inclination, leaning, penchant, predilection, predisposition, proclivity, propensity, tendency; preconception, prejudgment, prepossession
Near Antonymscalm, detachment, dispassion, indifference; aversion, dislike, distaste, hate, scunner
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