Sentences with Discriminate, Discriminate in a Sentence in English, Sentences For Discriminate

Sentences with Discriminate, Discriminate in a Sentence in English, Sentences For Discriminate


1. I don’t discriminate.

2. This is discrimination!

3. Frank’s opposed to racial discrimination.

4. My friend fought against racial discrimination.

5. My brother fought against racial discrimination.


6. We must make every effort to do away with all discrimination.

7. The function of wisdom is to discriminate between good and evil.

8. Many minority groups have been discriminated against in the past.

9. We shall continue our efforts to eradicate racial discrimination.

10. When people get used to preferential treatment, equal treatment seems like discrimination.

11. We must tackle the violence, decriminalize consensual same sex relationships and end discrimination.


12. Affirmative action seeks to overturn historical trends of discrimination against an individual’s identity.

13. How long are you going to wait before you demand the best for yourself and in no instance bypass the discriminations of reason?

14. I do note with interest that old women in my books become young women on the covers… this is discrimination against the chronologically gifted.

15. One of the most important discriminations we can make in this matter is the difference between things that beckon to us and things that call from our souls.

16. The artist is a collector. Not a hoarder, mind you, there’s a difference: Hoarders collect indiscriminately, artists collect selectively. They only collect things that they really love.

17. It’s a great mistake, I think, to put children off with falsehoods and nonsense, when their growing powers of observation and discrimination excite in them a desire to know about things.

18. Not to discriminate every moment some passionate attitude in those about us, and in the very brilliancy of their gifts some tragic dividing on their ways, is, on this short day of frost and sun, to sleep before evening.

19. Such discussions help us very little to enjoy what has been well done in art or poetry, to discriminate between what is more and what is less excellent in them, or to use words like beauty, excellence, art, poetry, with a more precise meaning than they would otherwise have.

20. Beware of segregation, regionalism, individualism, discrimination, stereotyping, destructive criticism, false accusations, biased wrong assumptions, prejudice, senseless comparison and unwanted competition because life is much more meaningful to live for where there is unity and harmony.