Definition of "discriminative" [dis•crim•i•na•tive]
Marked by or showing prejudice: discriminative hiring practices. (adjective)
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Use "discriminative" in a sentence
"Such kind of discriminative advertisement would still appear as the media lack self-regulating practice and regulative law isn't ready yet."
"Gately's Husband Files Complaint Over 'discriminative' Article"
""discriminative" levy would push some lenders into the red and hamper economic growth."