English words and Examples of Usage

use "discriminate" in a sentence

He said he was not seeking to discriminate against Muslims.

“I’m not racist, I don’t discriminate,” González told The WorldPost.

The insurance industry says it does not discriminate against anyone.

Maybe "religious liberty" conservatives who discriminate will follow.

"The just-for-men party does not mean you discriminate against women.

Heart disease does not discriminate by age, ethnicity, gender, race or the like.

And I'm wondering, is it okay to discriminate against heterosexual straight people?

You cannot discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation,"" Thompson said."

He went on to explain, however, that Muslims do not discriminate against homosexuals.

Unlike Apple, which prefers to buy more mature companies, Samsung doesn't discriminate.

People mean well in community building, and few people set out to exclude or discriminate.

Blatter later apologized and said it had not been his intention to offend or discriminate.

'It's opening up the world of understanding discrimination, without intent to discriminate.'

The bill makes it illegal to discriminate on the basis of gender identity and gender expression.

Coaches decided they'd rather win than discriminate and began recruiting African-American athletes.

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