undiscerning


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undiscerning

(ˌʌndɪˈsɜːnɪŋ)
adj
having or showing no good taste or judgment
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.undiscerning - lacking discernmentundiscerning - lacking discernment      
indiscriminate - not marked by fine distinctions; "indiscriminate reading habits"; "an indiscriminate mixture of colors and styles"
discerning - having or revealing keen insight and good judgment; "a discerning critic"; "a discerning reader"
Translations

undiscerning

[ˈʌndɪˈsɜːnɪŋ] ADJsin criterio, sin discernimiento

undiscerning

adj reader, palateanspruchslos, unkritisch; criticunbedarft

undiscerning

[ˌʌndɪˈsɜːnɪŋ] adj (reader) → poco selettivo/a; (critic) → di scarso acume
References in classic literature ?
At the battle of Borodino, when Bagration was killed and nine tenths of the men of our left flank had fallen and the full force of the French artillery fire was directed against it, the man sent there was this same irresolute and undiscerning Dokhturov- Kutuzov hastening to rectify a mistake he had made by sending someone else there first.
If I was hard and undiscerning as regards Polina and De Griers, HE was hard and undiscerning as regards Russian people generally.
If their praise is censure, your censure may be praise, for they are not more undiscerning, than you are prejudiced and unjust.
It is true the second author of this work was unwilling to believe that a history so curious could have been allowed to fall under the sentence of oblivion, or that the wits of La Mancha could have been so undiscerning as not to preserve in their archives or registries some documents referring to this famous knight; and this being his persuasion, he did not despair of finding the conclusion of this pleasant history, which, heaven favouring him, he did find in a way that shall be related in the Second Part.
Casaubon seemed to be stupidly undiscerning and odiously unjust.
Augustine was glad in his heart that he had married so undiscerning a woman; but as the glosses and civilities of the honeymoon wore away, he discovered that a beautiful young woman, who has lived all her life to be caressed and waited on, might prove quite a hard mistress in domestic life.
The trusted secret agent of the late Baron Stott-Wartenheim looked at her for a time with a heavy, persistent, undiscerning glance.
In truth, when falsehood is allowed to fester unchallenged, it might soon be taken by the undiscerning as the gospel.
Media pundits, columnists, and even some experts have morphed into undiscerning armchair psychiatrists, diagnosing Trump with a host of mental illnesses.
The undiscerning haste to draft a new Constitution by converting Congress into a Constituent Assembly ostensibly to overhaul our system of governance into a federal form of government, we are convinced will further distract if not deviate from the issues that should remain as our priorities.
Although the book has become a flashpoint of controversy since its release this past summer, an undiscerning reader could easily arrive at the historically unfounded belief that the segregationist resistance to Brown v.
30 Belforest, conspicuously undiscerning throughout the play, finally alerted to Levidulcea's being "affectedly inclined / To young Sebastian's company o' late" (4.