counterprejudice

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

counter- +‎ prejudice

Noun[edit]

counterprejudice (countable and uncountable, plural counterprejudices)

  1. A prejudice formed in response to another prejudice.
    • 1971, Jesse J. Johnson, Black Armed Forces officers, 1736-1971
      Prejudice has bred a counterprejudice so that now neither faction can nor will see without distortion.