What is another word for indiscriminately?

Pronunciation: [ˌɪndɪskɹˈɪmɪnətli] (IPA)

Indiscriminately refers to actions, decisions or behavior that lack any sense of discrimination or differentiation between the options available. Some synonyms for the word indiscriminately include randomly, aimlessly, haphazardly, arbitrarily and carelessly. All these words imply a lack of careful consideration or thoughtfulness in decision making or actions. They also suggest a lack of intention or purpose in one's actions, with no clear direction or goal in mind. Indiscriminately can have negative implications in many contexts, emphasizing a lack of control or discernment in one's actions, and leading to negative consequences. It is essential to consider carefully in decision making to prevent acting indiscriminately and making a mistake unintentionally.

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What are the opposite words for indiscriminately?

Indiscriminately is a word that describes a particular type of action or behavior that is done without any discrimination, impartiality, or consideration for differences. Its antonyms are words that describe the opposite type of behavior. For example, the antonym for indiscriminately can be selective, discriminating, or discerning. Selective means choosing carefully, discriminating means showing good judgment, and discerning means having the ability to perceive differences accurately. The opposite of indiscriminately is to be cautious or careful, which is to act in a deliberate and thoughtful way, making sure that each decision is based on a good reason.

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Usage examples for Indiscriminately

It does not follow that such right is exercised indiscriminately, spitefully or frequently, but it is sufficient that it exists, and what between the Commissione Teatrale, the palchettisti and the publisher, the impressario in Italy is not precisely on a bed of roses.
"The Operatic Problem"
William Johnson Galloway
Labour was not going to commit itself blindfold to any policy of "ignoring" indiscriminately all "English law," when by recognizing it any practical advantage was to be gained.
"The Evolution of Sinn Fein"
Robert Mitchell Henry
It is the fact that the action of snake-poison on the human system and on that of animals, more especially dogs, though very similar, is not absolutely identical, and that for this reason alone results of experiments on the latter cannot be indiscriminately applied to man.
"On Snake-Poison: its Action and its Antidote"
A. Mueller

Famous quotes with Indiscriminately

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