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indiscrimination

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun Lack of discrimination or judgment.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The quality of being indiscriminate; want of discrimination or distinction.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun Lack of discrimination or distinction; impartiality.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun Lack of discrimination or distinction; impartiality.

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Examples

  • It is strange that this exaggerated weight attributed to Islam, stands in sharp contradiction with their idealistic European notion of 'indiscrimination'.

    Gates of Vienna

  • But this definitely is a very tragic and very crucial day, in which the world got a very stark reminder of the horror, indiscrimination, and globality of terrorism, the nearly 20 babies and children who were killed in Israel.

    CNN Transcript Aug 19, 2003

  • They're afraid they'll be sued if they dont .. for indiscrimination.

    terrarose Diary Entry

  • I'll nail them for indiscrimination against my religion.

    terrarose Diary Entry

  • This enthusiasm is not necessarily all bad: the new must be tested, applied with mild indiscrimination; sustain a shakedown cruise, be pushed to the limits that inform what it can and cannot accomplish, where it fits and where it rattles.

    The Mad Among Us

  • This enthusiasm is not necessarily all bad: the new must be tested, applied with mild indiscrimination; sustain a shakedown cruise, be pushed to the limits that inform what it can and cannot accomplish, where it fits and where it rattles.

    The Mad Among Us

  • To push either friendship or human association further, to claim that one must open his life completely, or not at all, is not bending life to conform to a moral law; but it is twisting the moral basis of discrimination into indiscrimination, into immorality.

    Race Relations in Practice

  • His first glimpse of her, on Class Day, in a white gown and a hat that to his manly indiscrimination looked as guileless as a sheaf of poppies nodding above the pale-yellow hair that had the sheen of corn-silk, had been a vision that stirred in him heroic promptings.

    Judith of the Plains

  • We do not envy most of them their eternal martyrdom in marble, their pillory of indiscrimination.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 20, No. 121, November, 1867

  • The general aim and result may be very salutary, but the application is too sweeping, and brings suffering to many unfortunate individuals, or to the community as a whole, by its indiscrimination.

    Problems of Conduct

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