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discriminatively

Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adv. With discrimination or distinction.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. With discrimination or distinction.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • With discrimination or distinction.

Etymologies

discriminative +‎ -ly (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • But consumers are buying the sweets less often and more discriminatively as household incomes contract with the U.S. recession and world economic crisis.

    Premium Chocolate Holds Steady in Tough Economy

  • I agreed with the usual arguments against it: it hasn't been proven a deterrent; it is used discriminatively against the poor and minority group members; more than a few innocent parties have been unjustly condemned and executed; and contrary to what its proponents would have you believe, most methods of execution are neither painless nor humane.

    The Shape of Dread

  • He restricted his experimental prune trees to the development of specific delicious qualities, by giving them no food except that _discriminatively_ selected for his purpose.

    Certain Success

  • He succeeded in getting his experimental prune trees to develop discriminatively, almost as if they had the power of choice,

    Certain Success

  • Should your prospect merely nod on your entrance, note discriminatively the movement he makes.

    Certain Success

  • Another man, with a mind discriminatively and restrictively trained to recognize differences, would learn in five minutes to distinguish the individualities of the twins.

    Certain Success

  • But in order to be a certainly successful salesman of yourself you should _observe more intelligently and discriminatively_ hereafter.

    Certain Success

  • Then, when you interview him, _restrict_ your presentation of your case to these discriminatively selected strong points of your particular capability.

    Certain Success

  • You understand now that your growth should be on a dual basis; that you have two different men to develop, not just one; and that they must be handled _discriminatively_, but _together_.

    Certain Success

  • It is a disgusting and invariably hypocritical situation in which the law is applied discriminatively against only one class of people who have been arbitrarily singled out for persecution.

    LewRockwell.com

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