discriminatory : Definition, Usages, News and More

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dis kri muh nuh taw ree

  • a  being biased or having a belief or attitude formed beforehand
  • s  containing or implying a slight or showing prejudice
    discriminatory attitudes and practices
  • s  capable of making fine distinctions
  • s  manifesting partiality
    a discriminatory tax

  • on the fact that her retirement benefits are based on the discriminatory pay she received from Goodyear Tire, Birmingham News, January 23, 2009.
  • In a real sense, his political dilemma is a by-product of the discriminatory economic program's success.
  • She claims that eHarmony's no-gays policy is discriminatory under California law.
News & Articles


  • Elena Kagan in The Associated Press
    We were trying to make sure that military recruiters had full and complete access to our students,Kagan told Republican Sen. Jeff Sessions, "and we were also trying to protect our anti-discriminatory policy. So we were trying to do both of...
  • David Boies in Washington Post
    For this reason, I am concerned that Mr. Moore has been selected for discriminatory treatment by your office,Boies wrote in response to a letter sent to Moore last month from Dale Thompson, OFAC chief of general investigations and field...
  • Deval Patrick in FOXNews
    Asked if the change might create legal problems for couples returning to states with gay marriage bans, Patrick said: "What we can do is tend our own garden and make sure that it's weeded, and I think we've weeded out a discriminatory law we should...

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