1. indiscriminate

adjective. ['ˌɪndɪˈskrɪmənət'] failing to make or recognize distinctions.


  • indiscriminating


  • particularity
  • precise

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Rhymes with Indiscriminate

  • nondiscriminate

How do you pronounce indiscriminate?

Pronounce indiscriminate as ˌɪndɪˈskrɪmənət.

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Sentences with indiscriminate

1. Verb, base form
By standard, a Rottweiler should be aloof and typically not lend himself to immediate and indiscriminate friendships.

2. Adjective
This method is best when used to remove indiscriminate sections of ink, particularly for marking a deck.

Quotes about indiscriminate

1. The Bible may, indeed does, contain a warrant for trafficking in humans, for ethnic cleansing, for slavery, for bride-price, and for indiscriminate massacre, but we are not bound by any of it because it was put together by crude, uncultured human mammals.
- Christopher Hitchens, God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything

2. My eyes are vague blue, like the sky, and change all the time; they are indiscriminate but fleeting, entirely specific and disloyal, so that no one trusts me. I am always looking away. Or again at something after it has given me up.
- Frank O'Hara, Meditations in an Emergency

3. We were never organized readers who would see a book through to its end in any sory of logical order. We weave in and out of words like tourists on a hop-on, hop-off bus tour. Put a book down in the kitchen to go to the bathroom and you might return to find it gone, replaced by another of equal interest. We are indiscriminate.
- Eleanor Brown, The Weird Sisters

2. indiscriminate

adjective. ['ˌɪndɪˈskrɪmənət'] not marked by fine distinctions.


  • undiscriminating
  • indiscriminating
  • promiscuous
  • general
  • wholesale


  • discriminate
  • specific
  • narrow
  • chaste