indiscriminate

[ in-di-skrim-uh-nit ]SEE DEFINITION OF indiscriminate
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This is true only of injudicious and indiscriminate generosity.

Let us cease thinking that indiscriminate suffering to creatures is the Will of God.

No, my indiscriminate bards; on this occasion we must part company.

There had been, they declared, too indiscriminate an admission of Fellows.

So that the first duty of charity is to refuse to give in this indiscriminate way.

It was an age of accumulation, of uncritical and indiscriminate enthusiasm.

Formerly a war cry, and the signal for indiscriminate slaughter.

He was not charitable in the sense of indiscriminate giving.

Indiscriminate as to age or sex: for men, women, and children are among its victims.

The battle-field had now become a scene of indiscriminate slaughter.

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