discriminatory

[ dih-skrim-uh-nuh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF discriminatory

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISCRIMINATORY

This does not however detract in the least from their discriminatory character.

Whether they are or not, the result is discriminatory just the same.

It is also possible to have differentiated or discriminatory deflation.

These discriminatory efforts against the Japanese obstruct the Americanization of native-born Japanese in two ways.

The Food Administration Act forbade manipulation or speculation, excessive profits, discriminatory practices, and waste.

Are they all absorbed if they occur in the soil, or is there any discriminatory power on the part of the root?

Discriminatory taxes, too; pinched the small landholding and industrial barons and favored a few big ones.

Discriminatory measures against nonconformist merchants and traders went into effect, which quickly resulted in their ruin.

This case went to the Supreme Court which decided in 1908 that the device was unlawful and discriminatory.

The scheme would work, eugenically, in proportion as it is discriminatory and graded.

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