Marked by or showing prejudice; biased.(adjective)
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Use "discriminatory" in a sentence
"Raiding powers for human rights body 'which discusses the increased powers of the Victorian law enforcement agencies to come into your home and seize your belongings as' evidence 'and arrest you if they conclude you are guilty of what they term discriminatory speech."
"Bhengu said she was dismayed at what she termed the discriminatory treatment experienced by the activists at the hotel despite concerted public education efforts, both by the government and non-governmental organisations to educate people about"
"Sasco said it was unimpressed by what it called the discriminatory practise of business in funding institutions which had been well-sponsored in the past while neglfinancially."