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indiscriminateness

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  • noun The state of being indiscriminate

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Examples

  • So indiscriminateness is a moral imperative because its opposite is discrimination.

    THE CLOSING OF THE AMERICAN MIND

  • So indiscriminateness is a moral imperative because its opposite is discrimination.

    THE CLOSING OF THE AMERICAN MIND

  • The grosser breath of war had penetrated even to the innermost circle of society, and given it a heat and noise and indiscriminateness which, to speak mildly, was new, and by no means an improvement upon old manners and old customs.

    The end of an era,

  • But if we leave that innuendo aside, if we adopt the sane reflection that "gigantesque" does not exceed "gigantic," or assert as constant failure of greatness, but only indicates that the magnifying process is carried on with a certain indiscriminateness, we shall find none, I think, which so thoroughly well describes him.

    The Human Comedy: Introductions and Appendix

  • But though God only is or can be our judge at that great tribunal, yet nevertheless he must not be God only, but man likewise; and that first in regard of the judgment itself, to manifest the equity, the indiscriminateness, and the impartiality of it; which might be perhaps doubted of, if the judge were either God or man only.

    Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions. Vol. VII.

  • Obama's nominees is markedly different in its success rate, its indiscriminateness and the secrecy enshrouding its tactics.

    All Salon

  • Obama's nominees is markedly different in its success rate, its indiscriminateness and the secrecy enshrouding its tactics.

    News & Politics

  • Obama's nominees is markedly different in its success rate, its indiscriminateness and the secrecy enshrouding its tactics.

    News & Politics

  • Obama's nominees is markedly different in its success rate, its indiscriminateness and the secrecy enshrouding its tactics.

    News & Politics

  • Obama's nominees is markedly different in its success rate, its indiscriminateness and the secrecy enshrouding its tactics.

    News & Politics

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