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Prejudice or unfairness to a certain group or person There was proof that the teacher was being bias because she let her son out of detention earlier than the others.
No interest Zaria was indifferent about which movie to go to and she just didn’t care as long as she did go.
Fair The jury was impartial and fair by listening to each side of the story.
To settle an argument Mrs. Kebart arbitrated the argument between the 2 students.
To be forced out The family was evicted from the building because they could not pay the bills.
A person who is devoted to their own opinions He was labeled a bigot after making some offensive comments.
Force to do something Harry was compelled to take care of Harold and he couldn’t back down.
Fascinated Lindsey was so enthralled in the movie she didn’t want to be disturbed at all.
Make someone legally do something Her job obliges her to work overnight.
To treat in a cruel way The country has been oppressed by a rude and ruthless dictator.
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. VOCABULARY. Demanding ASKING FOR FORCEFULLY Allowed PAST TENSE OF ALLOW: TO LET SOMEONE DO SOMETHING This would be an example of the OPPOSITE of allowed.
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Bias (n.) Definition: Believing that some people, ideas, etc. are better than others & usually results in unfair treatment Synonyms: Prejudice, one-sided,
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