Detachment and Prejudice


Detachment noun - Lack of favoritism toward one side or another.
Usage example: the judge showed commendable detachment when deciding the controversial case

Prejudice is an antonym for detachment.

Nearby Words: detached, detach, detaching, detachable


Prejudice noun - An attitude that always favors one way of feeling or acting especially without considering any other possibilities.
Usage example: her lifelong prejudice against doing “dirty” jobs

Detachment is an antonym for prejudice.

Nearby Words: prejudiced, prejudicial, prejudicing

How words are described

special special detachment special prejudice
particular particular detachment particular prejudice
deep deep detachment deep prejudice
strong strong detachment strong prejudice
Other adjectives: extreme, social, general, growing, local, obsessive.
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