Antonyms of BIAS

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  1. I live upon a bias, true, With legs I'd like to hide, But that arose from dwelling here Upon the mountain side. "The Book of Gud" by Dan Spain Harold Hersey
  2. One judges with severity, with perhaps a bias towards injustice, when he has had a vivid impression of the places, and when the study of ancient history with which I have been occupied from preference has been pursued on the very soil itself where a part of these great events took place. "William Hickling Prescott" by Harry Thurston Peck
  3. Such a man as Grant Adams was a figure whose jail sentence under military law for defending the rights of a free press, free speech, free assemblage and trial by jury, was good for a first page position in every newspaper in the country- whatever bias its editorial columns might take against him and his cause. "In the Heart of a Fool" by William Allen White

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