Examples of preconception in a Sentence
I came to the lecture without any preconceptions.
tried to go into the training sessions without any preconceptions
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Maybe the problem is that too many people are working backward from a preconception.
And when history is reflected through a prism of preconceptions and prejudices, can the truth ever be known?
Anchored by Keough’s enigmatic and forceful performance, the first season was a fascinating but chilly exploration of a character rejecting every preconception of how women are supposed to feel and behave.
As a member of one of Korea’s most popular boy bands and signed to K-pop behemoth SM Entertainment, Taemin may seem like an unlikely proponent for questioning the industry’s preconceptions.
At first blush, this bit of skullduggery is not all good for the paper and will present a field day for its right-leaning enemies, playing into all their preconceptions of liberal bias.
Burns, Novick and their colleagues had to confront their own memories and preconceptions about the war, sorting out their personal mythologies from the facts.
While locals are aware of—and proud of—their city’s continuing transformation, many visitors flocking to the city in the wake of these positive changes bring their preconceptions about the old Medellín with them.
Like Koenig, Maldonado is concerned not just with solving the mystery of who drew the dicks, but questioning the innate preconceptions and biases that inform any given narrative.
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