indiscrimination love



from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. Lack of discrimination or judgment.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. Lack of discrimination or distinction; impartiality.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Lack of discrimination or distinction; impartiality.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

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


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  • 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

  • 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

  • We can imagine his horror at the sacrilegious vulgarization of print, that people without taste rush into angelic metre, that dunces and sages thrive together on the public indiscrimination.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 14, No. 83, September, 1864


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