Definition Of prejudicial
harmful to someone or something; detrimental.
the behavior is prejudicial to good order and discipline
Example Of prejudicial
Anyone who can be prejudicially affected by a decision must be given notice in writing of the intended action.
As the paragraph was extremely prejudicial , the appellants should have had the opportunity of replying to it.
Did any of the background dirt about the doctor come before the jury, or was it ruled prejudicial ?
Further, the marketability of the land is severely prejudicially affected by the Main Action.
I hope this helps to reassure patients that we have an open, positive attitude to complaints and to suggest patients may be dealt with prejudicially is just scaremongering and will cause unnecessary concern for our patients.