Definition of "unselective" [unselective]

  • Not selective; indiscriminate. (adjective)
  • Marked by random selection. (adjective)

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Use "unselective" in a sentence
  • "It's garrulous, unselective and riddled with errors somebody really needs to tell Mr. Schuller how to spell Ralph Vaughan Williams's name."
  • "She knew, even though she was too young to know the reason, that indiscriminate desire and unselective indulgence were possible only to those who regarded sex and themselves as evil. p."
  • "David Adame/Associated Press The attacks included unselective firing of bullets, grenade and bomb blasts in 13 locations and hostage situations."