undiscerning

ADJECTIVE
  1. lacking discernment
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How To Use undiscerning In A Sentence

  • It was music for the undiscerning, right down to the floppy fringes and semi-kitsch album artwork. Times, Sunday Times
  • Similarly, whatever is said on radio is taken as gospel by undiscerning listeners who, from all accounts, comprise the clear majority.
  • But these pretty guys are much more cosmopolitan than just being Aussies, and they don't just speak with Australian accents, however it may sound to the undiscerning ear.
  • Do we think ourself to be so unaware and undiscerning that we let creative destruction just happen to us?
  • What they indicate is that sharks are not the undiscerning predators of the popular media.
  • They have proved not to be the undiscerning and voracious predator of the movies but intelligent and selective.
  • Or even an undiscerning viewer, come to that. Times, Sunday Times
  • To the undiscerning eye, absolutely nothing remains.
  • You could describe such diversity as undiscerning. Times, Sunday Times
  • I do, however, take very great exception at being described as a person of ‘low esteem and undiscerning musical tastes’, purely on the basis of the instruments that I play.
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