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  • Some of these laws discriminate against women and persons of other religious groups.
  • There are two lives written since his death that are complete and discriminating. Cited from Theodore Roosevelt and His Times by Harold Howland
  • He must discriminate, and he has his own way of doing it. Cited from Lights and Shadows of New York Life, by James D. McCabe
  • They both claimed they had been discriminated against on grounds of their sex.
  • Many people have been discriminated against because of their blood type.
  • He believed that you are discriminated against only if you allow yourself to be.
  • In the use of such words, therefore, we cannot become too discriminating. Cited from The Century Vocabulary Builder, by Greever & Bachelor
  • This includes all classes of people and does not discriminate people in terms of technology.
  • All under Heaven are my brothers; how can we discriminate among people because of distance?
  • Thus, to discriminate against one class and not another is wrong for me.
  • However, it is difficult to discriminate between these two species on the basis of physical appearance.
  • There must be a promise of no discriminating against any certain persons or groups.
  • We also knew that they had been discriminated, like we were.
  • They are discriminated against both within the Church and outside of the Church.
  • The high score list does not discriminate against what difficulty level that the high score was produced in.
  • There is no basis for discriminating because all are aspects of one true nature.
  • In fact, some of the laws discriminate against women, when it comes to land and property rights.
  • Despite being an all-male club for many years, it does not discriminate against female membership.
  • Especially being a black man, I know what it's like to be discriminated against.
  • There were no official orders to discriminate against children of enemies of the people.
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Words starting with discriminate

Meaning of discriminate

  • verb Recognize or perceive the difference
  • verb Treat differently on the basis of sex or race
  • verb Distinguish
    I could not discriminate the different tastes in this complicated dish
  • adjective Marked by the ability to see or make fine distinctions
    discriminate judgments, discriminate people