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indiscriminately

[ in-di-skrim-uh-nit-lee ]
/ ˌɪn dɪˈskrɪm ə nɪt li /
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adverb
without exercising discernment or making appropriate distinctions:Unfortunately, a lot of the bad name attributed to modern poetry is caused by people indiscriminately publishing just anything and calling it “poetry.”
in a haphazard or random way:The troops reacted to the explosion by indiscriminately firing in all directions.
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