Definition of "indiscriminating" [in•dis•crim•i•na•ting]
Not discriminating: an indiscriminating judgment; indiscriminating weapons of mass destruction. (adjective)
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Use "indiscriminating" in a sentence
"Shouldn't I burn in hell for my indiscriminating taste?"
"What we now know is that Mr. Clinton was indiscriminating when it came to accepting cash from all sorts of countries."
"Ah! Maurice, an indiscriminating passion in a husband is a mistake that may lead to any crime in a wife."