|biased definition simple||0.69||0.5||5121||49|
|bias definition simple||1.42||0.6||4800||51|
|simple definition for biased||1.04||0.9||6631||19|
|simple definition of biased||1.2||0.1||2866||20|
|biased sample simple definition||1.83||0.3||4182||34|
|racial bias definition simple version||1.73||0.6||1271||29|
|selection bias simple definition||1.43||0.6||7506||52|
|simple definition of bias||1.17||0.5||6073||55|
|media bias simple definition||0.33||0.1||2552||84|
|observer bias definition in simple terms||1.53||0.3||4483||66|
|implicit bias simple definition||1.52||0.7||4643||53|
|hindsight bias simple definition||1.72||0.5||4146||50|
|confirmation bias definition simple||0.37||0.3||9165||18|
As adjectives the difference between bias and unbiased. is that bias is inclined to one side; swelled on one side while unbiased is impartial or without bias or prejudice. As a noun bias. is (countable|uncountable) inclination towards something; predisposition, partiality, prejudice, preference, predilection.What is an example of biased?
The definition of bias is something that is diagonal or slanting. An example of bias is a fold in a fabric dinner napkin. A bias is defined as a line sewn or cut diagonally across fabric. An example of bias is cutting a skirt on the diagonal so that it flows freely when worn.