Pre*ju"di*cate (?), a. [L. praejudicatus, p. p. of praejudicare to prejudge; prae before + judicare to judge. See Judge.]

1.

Formed before due examination.

"Ignorance and prejudicate opinions."

Jer. Taylor.

2.

Biased by opinions formed prematurely; prejudiced.

"Prejudicate readers."

Sir T. Browne.

 

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Pre*ju"di*cate (?), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Prejudicated (?); p. pr. & vb. n. Prejudicating.] [Cf. Prejudge.]

To determine beforehand, especially to disadvantage; to prejudge.

Our dearest friend Prejudicates the business. Shak.

 

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Pre*ju"di*cate, v. i.

To prejudge.

Sir P. Sidney.

 

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