SYNONYMS FOR indiscriminate
Related formsin·dis·crim·i·nate·ly, adverbin·dis·crim·i·nate·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for indiscriminately
But now we know that this is an indiscriminately bipartisan vice.
Conventional chemotherapy drugs, by contrast, are highly toxic; they indiscriminately damage the brain and body.Marijuana Fights Cancer and Helps Manage Side Effects, Researchers Find|Martin A. Lee|September 6, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He used that training to defy our trust, to indiscriminately and systematically harm the United States.Bradley Manning Awaits Army’s Decision on Whether to Court-Martial Him|Denver Nicks|December 22, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Today, he has become a campaign suicide bomber throwing shrapnel, indiscriminately wounding his own people and creating chaos.
Remember, therefore, O ye who indiscriminately abuse the theatre, and sanctimoniously turn away your eyes from the stage!
Many suppose that all the patients in a hydropathic establishment, are indiscriminately ordered this sort of bath.Every Man his own Doctor|R. T. Claridge
In proportion, therefore, to such particular qualities, they are the more improper to be generally and indiscriminately adopted.A Treatise on Foreign Teas|Hugh Smith
Very many good men were disposed to grant it indiscriminately to the ignorant as well as the more intelligent.Shadow and Light|Mifflin Wistar Gibbs
It indiscriminately admits every species of character to the same authority.The Writings of Thomas Paine, Volume II|Thomas Paine