It will not be devoid of interest to contrast the prejudgment of the French bourgeois with the judgment of the English bourgeois.
This prejudgment of the case was acquiesced in, and Joan was brought in with fetters on her legs.
What kind of a precedent, and how great a prejudgment must this be for posterity!
I here only desire to avoid any prejudgment of these questions in my definition of my own good.
A prejudgment of this kind is unworthy of a scientific mind.
The reporters looked upon Marcus Wilkeson without emotion or prejudgment.
Whether truth has gained by such indiscriminate condemnation and prejudgment is, I think, greatly open to question.
It occurred to me as my call wore on that I caught even a hint of this prejudgment in the eyes of the young woman.