Examples of preconception in a Sentence
I came to the lecture without any preconceptions.
tried to go into the training sessions without any preconceptions
Recent Examples of preconception from the Web
Thus, managing preconceptions is everything: Hope for a homerun, prepare for a single (or even a really expensive whiff).
Everything’s on the table, with no preconceptions and no sacred cows.
Indian-Americans are a really interesting challenge around all of our preconceptions of race and dynamics in this country in a lot of ways.
Her Portmanteau First-generation Nigerian-American playwright Mfoniso Udofia’s moving drama defies preconceptions and expectations with a unique, deeply felt perspective on immigration and its unforeseen personal and family complications.
Heeb defended the photos as satirical and challenging preconceptions, according to Snopes.
But now comes a new set of data from years of polling by ABC News and the Washington Post that puts these trends together in a way that might bust some old preconceptions.
Ariana gently croons, letting go of other people’s preconceptions of her.
Cardi B joins Beyoncé and M.I.A. in smashing, among other things, preconceptions about motherhood as a career derailer.
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PRECONCEPTION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of preconception for English Language Learners
: an idea or opinion that someone has before learning about or experiencing something directly
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