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discriminate
used in 1776

2 uses
  • The harsh winter winds and driving snows of the bay area inflicted misery indiscriminately on both armies, of course, but for the King's men, unaccustomed to such a climate, the punishment was all but unbearable.
    p. 72.8
  • Lord Rawdon, who was with General Clinton in the lead boat, later wrote that the Hessians, unaccustomed to "this water business" and fearful of being fired on when packed so closely, began singing hymns, while the redcoats responded in their own fashion, "by damning themselves and the enemy indiscriminately with wonderful fervency."
    p. 211.5

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