Thesaurus / discriminate

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They are quick to discriminate the main lines and the distinguishing traits of personality.

Literature in the Elementary SchoolPorter Lander MacClintock

They come to discriminate between small forms varying very slightly, such as corn, wheat, and rice.

The Montessori MethodMaria Montessori

The symptoms are much the same as those of pericarditis, and it is difficult to discriminate between the two affections.

Special Report on Diseases of CattleU.S. Department of Agriculture

What are the special senses of differentiate, discriminate and distinguish?

English Synonyms and AntonymsJames Champlin Fernald

You discriminate between the things that are wanted and the things that are not.

A Man of HonorGeorge Cary Eggleston

We cannot discriminate the one pressure point from the other.

The PhotoplayHugo Mnsterberg

What is the criterion by means of which we discriminate between them?

Tragic Sense Of LifeMiguel de Unamuno

As Romanes has pointed out, isolation may be discriminate or indiscriminate.

Discriminate fires require precision in target cordinate identification and location.

Shock and AweHarlan K. Ullman

Its light alone would hardly be sufficient to discriminate it from many of the brighter fixed stars.

The Story of the HeavensRobert Stawell Ball

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