indiscriminating

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

in- +‎ discriminating

Adjective[edit]

indiscriminating (not comparable)

  1. indiscriminate
    • 1842, Edgcumbe Staley, The Tragedies of the Medici[1]:
      He had played the part of Lord Bountiful ungrudgingly and with indiscriminating liberality.
    • 1892, George Saintsbury, Political Pamphlets[2]:
      I have heard two reasons suggested for this indiscriminating application of punishment to the innocent and to the culpable.
    • 1905, Stratton D. Brooks, Composition-Rhetoric[3]:
      Socialism, which is curiously confounded by the indiscriminating with Anarchism, is its exact opposite.