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Sentence count:79+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-27Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: acutediscriminateincisivekeenknifelikepenetratingpenetrativepiercingsharpSimilar words: discriminationdiscriminateindiscriminateindiscriminatelyincriminatingrecriminationself-incriminationincriminateMeaning: [dɪ'skrɪmɪneɪtɪŋ]  adj. 1. showing or indicating careful judgment and discernment especially in matters of taste 2. marked by the ability to see or make fine distinctions 3. having or demonstrating ability to recognize or draw fine distinctions. 
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(1) He is incapable of discriminating between a good idea and a terrible one.
(2) She has an artist's discriminating eye.
(3) More discriminating visitors now tend to shun the area.
(4) Workers must avoid discriminating on the grounds of race or sex.
(5) Swithland Motors denies sexually discriminating against the men.
(6) Their obtrusive stir repels discriminating people.
(7) Discriminating travelers return to Italy year after year.
(8) The discriminating of something within consciousness is to be understood as a case of remembering.
(9) A test is useful for discriminating those students who have reached a higher level from those at a lower level.
(10) The discriminating factor between the three promoters appears to be the same for each RNA polymerase.
(11) They will find that student protesters are extremely discriminating about what they protest against.
(12) How can we make our use of praise discriminating and therefore meaningful, rather than profligate or ritualized?
(13) It also defies basic standards of fairness by discriminating against large numbers of minority students.
(14) What animals are capable of discriminating between has been subjected to rigorous experimental study for many decades.
(15) Slowly an underground resistance movement grew(sentencedict.com/discriminating.html), catering for discriminating customers.
(16) Are inheritance practices basically inegalitarian, discriminating in particular against female members of rural households?
(17) Hence part of the project will be concerned to develop methods for discriminating between models in such situations.
(18) Use of n-grams requires little storage or processing but is less efficient at discriminating between acceptable and unacceptable letter strings.
(19) As film audiences get older, they will become more discriminating.
(20) Are clinicians reluctant to put older people on surgical waiting lists because they are in some way discriminating against older people?
(21) Visual discrimination is exercised in reading print, which can demand some fine visual tasks such as discriminating between letters of similar shape.
(22) But the beneficial impact of such initiatives will only be felt when the punters start discriminating positively in favour of those taking a lead.
(23) It is no longer an appropriate model for a generation which has developed sophisticated and discriminating consumption patterns for other goods and services.
(24) The main lesson of the discussion of the previous section is that judgment on the validity of consent has to be discriminating.
(25) St Joseph's claims the Council would be contravening the Education Act by discriminating against schools on denominational grounds.
(26) All recipes have been time and taste tested, most notably by her discriminating and diabetic husband.
(27) The trout settled into their new habitat and became relatively wild, dour and more discriminating, some growing to considerable size.
(28) However, the November 1985 review saw a return to a policy of discriminating against child benefit.
(29) The aim of the Democrat civil rights legislation was to prevent employers from discriminating against minorities even if such discrimination was unintentional.
(30) There are even reports that this hair is gathered by the more discriminating kinds of birds to build their nests!
More similar words: discriminationdiscriminateindiscriminateindiscriminatelyincriminatingrecriminationself-incriminationincriminatedisseminatingcriminaleliminationfascinatingoriginatingeliminatedisseminatedominationruminationnominationabominationterminationculminationexaminationdestinationdenominationcontaminationdeterminationilluminationsdeterminativeexterminationdisconcerting
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