Definition of 'prejudicial'
Example sentences containing 'prejudicial'
Times, Sunday Times (2007) Christianity Today (2000)
He was also charged with acting in a manner prejudicial to the integrity, proper conduct or good reputation of racing.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The hearing considered his comments prejudicial to the interests of Team England and a breach of his conditions of employment.The Sun (2010)
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