- In a prejudicial manner.
1840, Thomas Bull, M.D., The Maternal Management of Children, in Health and Disease.:
- In this case, however, the parent's health will chiefly suffer, if she persevere in nursing; this, however, will again act prejudicially to the child.
1628, Alexandre Dumas, Pere, Ten Years Later:
- "But surely that will prejudicially affect the rumor you were going to spread, sire?"