- s not selective or discriminating; her choices seemed completely random"
unselective in her reading habits
- The author meanders along on the theory that an unselective detailing of life histories is a satisfactory substitute for dramatic construction.
- But the TV audiences in the nation's living rooms are "unselective," often mingling parents, children and casual friends, and in such an atmosphere an explicit ad blares out to .
- The can companies blame it on meters so unselective that they accept anything from religious medals and $5 gold pieces to washers and bent paper clips.