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Spell check of discrimination

Correct spelling: discrimination

Synonyms:
flawlessness, bias, inequality, demarcation, contrariety, properness, shrewdness, unlikeness, charm, class, preciseness, clear-sightedness, favouritism, variation, nose, fastidiousness, intellect, selectiveness, keenness, diligence, vision, equal opportunity, difference, equal, wit, dissimilarity, acuteness, particularity, understanding, diversity, intuition, expertise, purism, distinction, priggishness, sensitivity, perception, equality, meticulousness, discernment, rigorousness, selectivity, dissimilitude, common sense, astuteness, segregation, percipience, prejudice, exactingness, precise, taste, perceptiveness, clarity, same, judgment, free speech, contrast, bigotry, divergence, fussiness, cultivation, lore, familiarity, sagacity, variety, acumen, consciousness, criticalness, discreteness, conscientiousness, positive discrimination, daintiness, basic, experience, literalism, secretion, knowledge, wisdom, carefulness, correctness, careful, unfairness, separation, perspicacity, discrepancy, secernment, percipiency, favoritism, brilliance, prejudiced, prudishness, differentiation, ability, hatred, reason, disparity, sageness, persnicketiness, refinement, elegance, inconsistency, intelligence, human rights, delicacy, grace, disagreement, inclusion, severity, accuracy, information, awareness, eye.

Antonyms:
uniformity, agreement, confusion, harmony, blurring, sameness, similarity, consonance, unity, identity, resemblance, likeness.

Examples of usage:

1) It must be used with discrimination. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

2) Discrimination between 'people' would hardly, in the circumstances, have been courteous. - "The Furnace", Rose Macaulay.

3) Retrospect now completed that discrimination. - "The Furnace", Rose Macaulay.

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