indiscriminately[ in-di-skrim-uh-nit ]SEE DEFINITION OF indiscriminately
Synonyms for indiscriminately
- at random
- in all directions
Antonyms for indiscriminately
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INDISCRIMINATELY
Indiscriminately: without making any distinctions between them.
The members come from all parts of England indiscriminately.
Men, women, and children were indiscriminately put to the sword.
The women and children, as they were overtaken, were indiscriminately slaughtered.
Indiscriminately we have to swallow the "universe" or indiscriminately we have to let the "universe" alone.
Every corner is indiscriminately occupied by men in power, if they should require it.
The names of both places seem to have been indiscriminately applied.
The name prophet is given in the Bible indiscriminately with that of holy man.
Christian, the God of all sends his dreams to all indiscriminately.
Talk with the best men you meet while there; but not too much, or too indiscriminately.