the indiscriminate killing of civilians
done at random or without careful judgment.
translation of 'indiscriminate'
They were devastatingly effective because they can cover wide areas with intense and 'indiscriminate' firepower.
The bands' original political motives faded, and they turned to banditry and 'indiscriminate' killing.
This contrasting case helps us to see in what sense 'indiscriminate' terrorist killing is the killing of the innocent.
Both areas were crowded and the results were 'indiscriminate' casualties.
Loyalists assassinations seemed 'indiscriminate' , unconscionable and wild but they were never mindless.
The destruction seems 'indiscriminate' , the victims random, the consequences immense.
Now the attacks are becoming more random, brutal and 'indiscriminate' .
Charities have condemned the weapons for the 'indiscriminate' killing and maiming of civilians both during and long after wars have ended.
Such a process would avoid prejudice and 'indiscriminate' killing.
Mortars in particular seemed 'indiscriminate' in inflicting casualties.
By the end of 1941, more than half a million Jews had been slaughtered and the killing had grown 'indiscriminate' .
Modern war is merciless, it does not spare pregnant women or infants; it is 'indiscriminate' killing and destroying.
It was random, it was 'indiscriminate' , it was murderous, and it was close to home.
The new wave has ratcheted savagery and 'indiscriminate' killing to unthinkable levels.
In fact, the current 'indiscriminate' killing was a strategic mistake.
Algeria became caught in a cycle of violence, which became increasingly random and 'indiscriminate' .
This is the absolute opposite of terrorism which allows for the 'indiscriminate' killing of all peoples.
We do not believe that it should be used randomly on an 'indiscriminate' basis.
The ensuing shootout resulted in the 'indiscriminate' killing of women and children.
His country and his people have been attacked in a savage and 'indiscriminate' way.
Racist abuse was hurled 'indiscriminately' from both sides.
It is due to its 'indiscriminateness' that human sexuality is inherently prone to perversion.
The screenplay delivers an ambitious epic that is dense in a way that indicates not 'indiscriminateness' but rather the existence of a highly personal internal logic.
Centrality, extremism, and 'indiscrimination' all manifest themselves in the assigned raw score standard deviations and rater fit statistics.
What continues to remain in our mind and memory is the hope for a new dawn of promises, free from atrocities and 'indiscriminations' .
But the eradication of color and blank skies alone could not atone for the analog 'indiscriminateness' of photography.
He pondered the increase in 'indiscriminateness' among terrorists, and he posited several possible reasons accounting for this upsurge.
Aristotle says that we must give wisely, and not 'indiscriminately' , and I do not have money to throw away on swindlers.
This caused problems during pregnancy when iron tablets used to be given 'indiscriminately' or because haemoglobin levels fell.
Inattention is both opposed to a discriminate subject/object relationship, and is, at the same time, the realization of a fantasy of 'indiscrimination' .
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