discriminating

[ dih-skrim-uh-ney-ting ]SEE DEFINITION OF discriminating
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISCRIMINATING

We resolved that this discriminating company should not repent its choice.

Discriminating, systematic, scientific culture is our demand.

A fine time, truly, for Ogres, with their discriminating scent!

This is not always, the result of impartial and discriminating judgment.

A most sympathetic and discriminating memoir.Glasgow Herald.

There is a more refined, discriminating sense of subtle distinctions.

We have thus the power of discriminating three different suppositions.

His settled determination had been to become a pirate, merciless yet discriminating.

His esthetic interests were not only keen, but discriminating.

One needs to be discriminating in quoting the Book of Acts on this subject.

WORD ORIGIN

"possessing discernment," 1792, present participle adjective from discriminate (v.).

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