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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNDISCRIMINATING

He had never before revealed this thirst for undiscriminating homage.

It is easy to blame us as undiscriminating, but we are at least full of zest.

To reply to the charge in its undiscriminating, blunderbuss form is easy.

He was not a strong or undiscriminating advocate for Compulsory Education.

But Bob Needham spoke from the depths of his honest and undiscriminating soul.

For the governing faculty of a bad man is faithless, unsettled, undiscriminating, successively vanquished by different semblances.

I have not spared his faults; I am no eulogist, to paint a man with undiscriminating praise.

And the rector was pleased, especially as it was not all undiscriminating praise.

Indiscriminate blame is as bad as undiscriminating praise—it only makes a man tired.

The young are at the mercy of all sorts of flesh-eaters, including their own fathers, who are a most undiscriminating sort.

WORD ORIGIN

"possessing discernment," 1792, present participle adjective from discriminate (v.).

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