from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not discriminating: an indiscriminating judgment; indiscriminating weapons of mass destruction.
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- adj. indiscriminate
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not discriminating.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Undiscriminating; not making distinctions.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not discriminating
Shouldn't I burn in hell for my indiscriminating taste?
What we now know is that Mr. Clinton was indiscriminating when it came to accepting cash from all sorts of countries.
Ah! Maurice, an indiscriminating passion in a husband is a mistake that may lead to any crime in a wife.
Victor has a preference for Hunsden, full as strong as I deem desirable, being considerably more potent decided, and indiscriminating, than any I ever entertained for that personage myself.
Instead of drinking delight of battle with their peers, men tasted all the indiscriminating terror of an earthquake.
Yet to some of us — petty souls, perhaps, and envious — that loud indiscriminating praise of “Robbie Burns” (for so they style you in their Change-house familiarity) has long been ungrateful; and, among the treasures of your songs, we venture to select and even to reject.
She assailed all the Government measures with indiscriminating acrimony.
A mere indiscriminating restriction of the birth-rate — an end practically attained in the homely, old-fashioned civilisation of China by female infanticide, involves not only the cessation of distresses but stagnation, and the minor good of a sort of comfort and social stability is won at too great
Biver, Professor Biver, was an indiscriminating ass, he felt assured, and so too was Weeks, the demonstrator.
Inquisitorial vigilance and indiscriminating harshness prevail everywhere, and the lives of hundreds of prisoners are reduced to a continual agony of terror and self – loathing.