preconceived

 /ˈpriːkənˈsiːvd/



WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English © 2015
pre•con•ceived /ˌprikənˈsivd/USA pronunciation adj. 

    (of an opinion) formed beforehand, esp. from bias:to combat preconceived notions.
See -ceive-.

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