Meaning of indiscrimination in English:


Pronunciation /ˌɪndɪskrɪmɪˈneɪʃ(ə)n/


See indiscriminate

‘I'm not sure my point was about marshalling the judgment of history so much as resisting the indiscrimination of contemporaneity.’
  • ‘What continues to remain in our mind and memory is the hope for a new dawn of promises, free from atrocities and indiscriminations.’
  • ‘Centrality, extremism, and indiscrimination all manifest themselves in the assigned raw score standard deviations and rater fit statistics.’
  • ‘Inattention is both opposed to a discriminate subject/object relationship, and is, at the same time, the realization of a fantasy of indiscrimination.’