Thesaurus / undiscerning

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Though he may be not the best possible guide to the undiscerning, he will be better than no guide at all.

An AutobiographyAnthony Trollope

Spiritually they are undiscerning, because imaginatively they are blind.

Both as a clergyman, a Puritan, and an ejected minister, this undiscerning youth had looked down exceedingly upon his superior.

It Might Have BeenEmily Sarah Holt

He wrote plays which Garrick nearly liked, but which the undiscerning public never liked at all.

William BlakeCharles Gardner

Such were the flattering words which he poured into the undiscerning mind of Mr. Sharp at different times.

TalkersJohn Bate

To the undiscerning eye of the vulgar, Philip appeared a monarch no less powerful than Hadrian or Augustus had formerly been.

She was a mother of high ideals and she was not undiscerning.

Tom SladePercy K. Fitzhugh

Yet primval Hellas, primval Mykn, has a history which may well live through alike unreasonable doubts and undiscerning faith.

So solicitous have they been not to venture their posthumous reputation in the hands of undiscerning friends.

Gavaudan, a troubadour of the twelfth century, meets the undiscerning critic more than half-way.

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