discriminate

Part of speech: adverb

DISCRIMINATELY.

Part of speech: verb

To note the differences between; note as different; distinguish; make a distinction.

Part of speech: adjective

Noting differences; discriminating; discriminated.

Part of speech: noun

Discriminateness.

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Usage examples "discriminate":

  1. He will not accept any help, but I have to teach him to discriminate what is possible from what is impossible. - "The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers", Georg Ebers.
  2. " You are a child, fresh from boarding- school, too young to understand, too young to know where to look for your friends, or discriminate against your enemies. - "Jeanne of the Marshes", E. Phillips Oppenheim.
  3. We should discriminate between the two by saying that one is a mental fact strictly relative to a particular mind, the other is an objective fact relative to all minds normally constituted. - "Determinism or Free-Will?", Chapman Cohen.