Etymology
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partiality (n.)

"one-sidedness, unjust or unreasonable preference for one party in a dispute or transaction," early 15c., parcialte, from Old French parcialite and directly from Medieval Latin partialitatem (nominative partialitas), from partialis "divisible; partial" (see partial).

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Definitions of partiality

partiality (n.)
a predisposition to like something;
Synonyms: fondness / fancy
partiality (n.)
an inclination to favor one group or view or opinion over alternatives;
Synonyms: partisanship
From wordnet.princeton.edu