Their fire was indiscriminate at best, targeting civilians at worst.
Or did a band of reactionary theocrats put their progressive brethren to the indiscriminate sword?
Lama Fakih, a Syria country researcher at Human Rights Watch, explains the legal repercussions of indiscriminate weapons.
There was indiscriminate pushing of credit into the fringes of the spectrum.
The indiscriminate and disproportionate attacks on Gaza constitute a war crime.
But this number is indiscriminate, and leaves the sense vague, until the pronominal suffixes are superadded.
It was an age of accumulation, of uncritical and indiscriminate enthusiasm.
One of our greatest difficulties, indeed, is the indiscriminate use of kinship terms by our descriptive authorities.
Formerly a war cry, and the signal for indiscriminate slaughter.
Men, horses, and all lay there dead in indiscriminate heaps.