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- adj. Not discerning.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Want of discernment.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not discerning; not making just distinctions; lacking judgment or the power of discrimination.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lacking discernment
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In a statement in Pretoria, it said the flood of illegal food imports, labour legislation, law and order and "undiscerning" land reform would be discussed.
Like bachelors everywhere, most could not cook and today both in Jalisco and Chiapas we have the infamous Chinese buffet with its cheap and awful recycled food cooked for an undiscerning western trailer park palate and served on a steam table until it´s gone no matter how long that takes.
Like bachelors everywhere, most could not cook and today both in Jalisco and Chiapas we have the infamous Chinese buffet with its cheap and awful food cooked for an undiscerning western trailer park palate. ..
In practice, its new rules have required riders to be more circumspect with the whip and yet they also proved an undiscerning filter.
In this undiscerning meditative routine in that the customer mistakenly believes that things have been either all perfect or all awful.
Such practice occur to devout nonetheless undiscerning Christians.
Are they concernedthat lists like "Ten Things You're Not Supposed to Know about the Swine Flu Vaccine" are formulated as warnings for an undiscerning public whosefright over the illness has been intentionally whippedup to an irrationalfrenzy by sensational MSM coverage?
For the rest of society, ie the undiscerning mass, well the ad-driven free blogsites will do as their sources of news and entertainment.
But the press corps in is disconnected from reality and undiscerning as Bushco.
Journalists, who consider themselves uniquely qualified to bring the "" real '' world to the undiscerning multitude, think themselves duty-bound to pierce the veil of appearances.