discriminate

[ verb dih-skrim-uh-neyt; adjective dih-skrim-uh-nit ]SEE DEFINITION OF discriminate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISCRIMINATE

Can't she discriminate between the politician and the private friend?

The first thing, then, that we have to do, is accurately to discriminate 17.

We cannot discriminate in dealing with the great fundamentals of life.

Shall we not discriminate in our employment of the superlative?

I'll be better qualified after this to discriminate between the false and true.

They will absorb knowledge, as a sponge does water; but they will discriminate, as a sponge does not.

And you, young man, you should have learned to discriminate one person from another.

The world divides itself into people who can discriminate and people who cannot discriminate.

The slaughter of fox was immense, but selection was discriminate.

She is known as exercising a wide if not a discriminate hospitality.

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