1. prejudice a partiality preventing objective consideration of an issue
  2. prejudiced showing bias or bigotry or influenced by preconceived ideas
  3. prejudicial tending to favor preconceived ideas
  4. prodigious great in size, force, extent, or degree
  5. prejudicious (sometimes followed by `to') causing harm or injury
  6. practice a customary way of operation or behavior
  7. prentice someone who works for an expert to learn a trade
  8. produce bring forth or yield
  9. unprejudiced free from undue bias or preconceived opinions
  10. premise a statement that is held to be true
  11. precipice a very steep cliff
  12. prudence discretion in practical affairs
  13. prejudge judge beforehand, especially without sufficient evidence
  14. precede be earlier in time
  15. presence current existence
  16. prelude something that introduces what follows
  17. precise sharply exact or accurate or delimited
  18. rejoice feel happiness
  19. brattice a partition (often temporary) of planks or cloth that is used to control ventilation in a mine
  20. prestige a high standing achieved through success or influence