His "conscientious and undiscriminating concern for dead matter," Quadratilla once said, "rivalled Charon's."
He had never before revealed this thirst for undiscriminating homage.
He was married to a Mexican, and many Americans are undiscriminating enough to class the Mexicans with coloured people.
To reply to the charge in its undiscriminating, blunderbuss form is easy.
Much as I esteem a knowing bon vivant, I despise an ignorant glutton, or undiscriminating sot.
He was not a strong or undiscriminating advocate for Compulsory Education.
It is the most tiring, tiresome of all attitudes, the one of undiscriminating admiration.
But Bob Needham spoke from the depths of his honest and undiscriminating soul.
He begins with a eulogy of Virgil couched in the undiscriminating, exaggerated terms of the previous period.
I have not spared his faults; I am no eulogist, to paint a man with undiscriminating praise.