Indiscriminate meaning

ĭndĭ-skrĭmə-nĭt
Not based on careful selection or a discerning taste; confused, random, or promiscuous.
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Confused; chaotic.

The indiscriminate policies of the previous administration.

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Without care or making distinctions, thoughtless.

How can anyone be so indiscriminate in making friends as he is?

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Not discriminating; not making careful choices or distinctions.
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The definition of indiscriminate is something random or without careful choice.

An example of indiscriminate used as an adjective is an indiscriminate man who flirts with every woman he sees.

An example of indiscriminate used as an adjective is making an indiscriminate offer on the house you see, not knowing if you can afford to make the payments.

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Not making or based on careful distinctions; unselective.

An indiscriminate shopper; indiscriminate taste in music.

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Random; haphazard.

Indiscriminate violence; an indiscriminate assortment of used books for sale.

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Unrestrained or wanton; profligate.

Indiscriminate spending.

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Origin of indiscriminate

  • From Latin in-, + discriminatum, past participle of discriminare (“to divide”). Confer crime.

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