discrimination

[ dih-skrim-uh-ney-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF discrimination

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISCRIMINATION

He was calmer now, and able to talk about the Dublin shooting with some discrimination.

Manufacturers are already beginning to make a discrimination between wool that is clean and that which is not so.

Facts should be regarded as poisons, to be used sparingly and with discrimination.

She could fire the light-bombs with a discrimination which he might miss.

We do not often call them "salaries" but wages, and probably with some discrimination.

And suddenly I began to admire the discrimination of the man.

Blessed are they who have learned the art of discrimination.

Are we ceasing our discrimination against men because they are black?

For the first time Clarence tasted the cruelty of discrimination.

He made no discrimination in the dispensation of his charity.

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