Definition of indiscriminateness in English:



See indiscriminate

‘It is due to its indiscriminateness that human sexuality is inherently prone to perversion.’
  • ‘The screenplay delivers an ambitious epic that is dense in a way that indicates not indiscriminateness but rather the existence of a highly personal internal logic.’
  • ‘He pondered the increase in indiscriminateness among terrorists, and he posited several possible reasons accounting for this upsurge.’
  • ‘But the eradication of color and blank skies alone could not atone for the analog indiscriminateness of photography.’