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discriminate
used in The Sunlight Dialogues

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Definition
to recognize or perceive differences — especially fine distinctions
  • ...touching madness, a sailorboy walking through a wood with her, holding her hand with a sweet and ridiculous tenderness, and they made pictures with stones and he talked of the weather and she said with, oh, infinite righteousness, that she did not believe in indiscriminate kissing (but she was going to have an operation, and afterward, who knew? perhaps she would see as well as anyone, and then it would be she who talked of the weather—ah, how eagerly! how little he saw, really saw!
    16 — Love and Duty (91% in)

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