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We are committed to living out non-discriminating love in our lives, worship, study and service.

So it’s going to be some discriminating process that determines who gets what.

Incredible as it may seem after viewing his stash, Flores is a discriminating, finicky connoisseur who rejects most of what he comes across in his never-ending quest.

Humans in the eastern United States can argue endlessly about whether the Brood X cicadas are grotesque or magical, but dogs aren’t nearly so discriminating.

It becomes a system which does the discriminating on behalf of the powerful majority.

Further, the spokesperson denied that the bank had any policy discriminating against employees in the adult industry.

In 2007, Roberts wrote: “The way to stop discrimination on the basis of race is to stop discriminating on the basis of race.”

The Boy Scouts of America does not mess around when it comes to discriminating against gay adults.

Likewise, groups like Tea Party Express are being much more discriminating in their choice of champions, says Budowich.

This was promptly given up as regards women in the policy of discriminating between chaste and unchaste.

He has secured an exquisite emphasis by a discriminating subdual of subordinate ideas.

The nice and discriminating refinements in the use of words are learned by careful reading.

And this mastery he evinces in a finely discriminating choice of words.

His perception was quick, keen, and discriminating, especially where character was concerned.


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On this page you'll find 82 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to discriminating, such as: astute, choosy, discerning, eclectic, fastidious, and finicky.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.