Discriminating [adjective]

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Sentence/Example of Discriminating:

This was promptly given up as regards women in the policy of discriminating between chaste and unchaste.

He has secured an exquisite emphasis by a discriminating subdual of subordinate ideas.

The nice and discriminating refinements in the use of words are learned by careful reading.

And this mastery he evinces in a finely discriminating choice of words.

His perception was quick, keen, and discriminating, especially where character was concerned.

My quality is sensuous and ruled by warm impulses; hers was discriminating and essentially inhibitory.

A specimen is here presented to us of the discriminating proceedings of the grace of God.

"Rational" refers to the power of knowledge, of inferring one thing from another, and discriminating between good and evil.

He called a different little girl each day, with discriminating impartiality.

With these opportune words the discriminating personage signified to Kai Lung that he should begin.