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  • Yet it is certain that they should not be taught indiscriminately to every one. Cited from The World's Greatest Books, Vol X, Ed. by Arthur Mee & J.A. Hammerton
  • Human society cannot go on, if men are to be allowed indiscriminately to lie to one another. Cited from Moral Philosophy, by Joseph Rickaby, S. J
  • All these will be offered to us indiscriminately, and our choice between them will have no moral value. Cited from Is Life Worth Living?, by William Hurrell Mallock
  • This name has been "indiscriminately" applied to members of the complex ever since.
  • Talk with the best men you meet while there; but not too much, or too indiscriminately. Cited from The Leavenworth Case, by Anna Katharine Green
  • I will attack this crowd indiscriminately, and kill as many of their number as I can. Cited from A Girl Among the Anarchists, by Isabel Meredith
  • The court is opened, and officers and men indiscriminately stand round. Cited from Frank Mildmay, by Captain Frederick Marryat
  • Probably it is the most indiscriminately used word in the language. Cited from How to Speak and Write Correctly, by Joseph Devlin
  • Many people began breeding them indiscriminately, which resulted in their modern appearance.
  • Three companions indiscriminately shot at anyone who showed up at a window or opened a door.
  • I have never seen so many battle-flags left indiscriminately upon any battlefield. Cited from "Co. Aytch", by Sam R. Watkins
  • Old men, women, and children were indiscriminately put to death when found within the huts. Cited from Hendricks the Hunter, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • He himself was conscious of this, and made his attacks upon their hearts indiscriminately. Cited from Phelim O'Toole's Courtship and Other Stories, by William Carleton
  • They opened fire without mercy on everyone indiscriminately, including women and children.
  • With the outbreak of war he did not lose his head and try to get business indiscriminately. Cited from The War After the War, by Isaac Frederick Marcosson
  • Is it not common to allow them almost indiscriminately, so that young and old each chooses his own novel? Cited from Thackeray, by Anthony Trollope
  • They must be learnt by practice, however, as they cannot be used indiscriminately. Cited from Pitman's Commercial Spanish Grammar (2nd ed.), by C. A. Toledano
  • It may also eat nauplii of its own species or other species indiscriminately.
  • And remember, this higher death-rate is applied not indiscriminately, but to selected subjects. Cited from Problems of Poverty, by John A. Hobson
  • I often warned him about doing that sort of thing indiscriminately. Cited from The Drone, by Rutherford Mayne
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