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indiscriminately

See definition of indiscriminately on Dictionary.com
  • as inblindly
  • as inevery which way

synonyms for indiscriminately

  • aimlessly
  • frantically
  • instinctively
  • madly
  • wildly
  • at random
  • confusedly
  • in all directions
  • pell-mell
  • purposelessly
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antonyms for indiscriminately

MOST RELEVANT
  • carefully
  • cautiously
  • considerately
  • purposely
  • reasonably
  • sensibly
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    How to use indiscriminately in a sentence

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    If done indiscriminately, it may someday put you in a position to have the second wedding you have always dreamed of.
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    A spokesperson for the Nasa community said that soldiers “fired indiscriminately” at Nasa civilians and shot Liz in the chest.
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    Doing so is not a neutral gesture, which is why it is not to be done indiscriminately.
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    What’s more, the CJEU said national courts have to disregard evidence gathered through the “general and indiscriminate” retention of traffic and location data.
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    In a press conference yesterday, a senior officer said the attack was not “indiscriminate,” but rather a “clash” between two groups.
    HONG KONG POLICE ARE REWRITING THE HISTORY OF AN INFAMOUS THUG ATTACK ON CIVILIANSMARY HUIAUGUST 27, 2020QUARTZ
    It’s important to recognize that we can target the kinds of technological innovations and efficiency improvements that we want directly without growing the whole economy indiscriminately and hoping that we get the benefits that we want.
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    The troopers slashed at the men on foot and the sepoys fired indiscriminately at any one on horseback.
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    He seized legs, arms, and hair indiscriminately, and in another moment was on the top of the living mass.
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    Both sexes were indiscriminately admitted, after a nice scrutiny into their qualifications.
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    WORDS RELATED TO INDISCRIMINATELY

    • aimlessly
    • at random
    • confusedly
    • frantically
    • in all directions
    • indiscriminately
    • instinctively
    • madly
    • pell-mell
    • purposelessly
    • wildly
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