Definition of 'prejudicial'
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His actions have been at best unwise and are potentially seriously prejudicial. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But prejudicial attitudes and discriminatory behavior remained. 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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