indiscriminating love



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


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in- +‎ discriminating


  • Shouldn't I burn in hell for my indiscriminating taste?

    October 10th, 2006

  • What we now know is that Mr. Clinton was indiscriminating when it came to accepting cash from all sorts of countries.

    Clinton's Donor List Raises Lots of Questions

  • 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.

    The Professor, by Charlotte Bronte

  • Instead of drinking delight of battle with their peers, men tasted all the indiscriminating terror of an earthquake.

    The Shape of Things to Come

  • 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.

    Letters to Dead Authors

  • She assailed all the Government measures with indiscriminating acrimony.

    The Virginians

  • 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

    A Modern Utopia

  • Biver, Professor Biver, was an indiscriminating ass, he felt assured, and so too was Weeks, the demonstrator.

    Love and Mr Lewisham

  • 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.

    For the term of his natural life


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