Definition of indiscriminate
- indiscriminate reading habits
- indiscriminate mass destruction
They participated in the indiscriminate slaughter of countless innocent victims.
He objects to the indiscriminate use of pesticides.
She has been indiscriminate in choosing her friends.
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: affecting or harming many people or things in a careless or unfair way
: not careful in making choices
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subject to rapid or unexpected change
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