characterized by or showing prejudicial treatment, especially as an indication of bias related to age, color, national origin, religion, sex, etc.: discriminatory practices in housing; a discriminatory tax.
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independent, neutral, nonaligned, uninvolved, unbiased, disinterested, evenhanded, open-minded, dispassionate, equitable, detached, nonpartisan, available, vacant, free, appropriate, suitable, public, impartial, honest
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Origin of discriminatory
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based on or showing prejudice; biased
capable of making fine distinctions
(of a statistical test) unbiased
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