discriminative

[ dih-skrim-uh-ney-tiv, -nuh-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF discriminative

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Was he losing his discriminative sense of quantity, time, distance?

Every character is marked with its proper and discriminative stamp.

Atterbury's taste for literature was not always so discriminative.

Let us turn to the princess's discriminative statement of facts.

After weeks you ceased to be discriminative about the exterior.

Boswell praised Courtenay's "just and discriminative eulogy" on Johnson's Latin poems, and quoted it.

Taking the increment values of land is, therefore, not so discriminative as it appears at first glance.

These methods are mainly three: discriminative underselling, exclusive-selling contracts, and advantages in transportation.

The illicit means employed in discriminative underselling are chiefly extortion and deception.

In all other respects these three panels are exquisite specimens of Perugino's fine and discriminative work.

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