Discrimination

Discrimination,

Definition of Discrimination:

  1. Recognition and understanding of the difference between one thing and another.

  2. Differences in two rates not explainable or justifiable by economic considerations such as costs.

  3. The unjust or prejudicial treatment of different categories of people or things, especially on the grounds of race, age, or sex.

  4. Unequal treatment provided to one or more parties on the basis of a mutual accord or some other logical or illogical reason.

  5. The selection of a signal having a required characteristic, such as frequency or amplitude, by means of a discriminator that rejects all unwanted signals.

  6. Bias or prejudice resulting in denial of opportunity, or unfair treatment regarding selection, promotion, or transfer. Discrimination is practiced commonly on the grounds of age, disability, ethnicity, origin, political belief, race, religion, sex, etc. factors which are irrelevant to a persons competence or suitability.

Synonyms of Discrimination

Atticism, Jim Crow, Jim Crow law, Acquired taste, Acumen, Adjudgment, Adjudication, Aestheticism, Alteration, Analysis, Anatomization, Anti-Semitism, Apartheid, Appreciation of excellence, Appropriateness, Arbitrament, Arbitration, Astuteness, Atomization, Bias, Bigotry, Black power, Black supremacy, Censoriousness, Change, Chasteness, Chastity, Chauvinism, Choice, Choiceness, Choosiness, Circumspection, Circumspectness, Civilized taste, Civilizedness, Clarity, Class consciousness, Class distinction, Class hatred, Class prejudice, Class war, Classicalism, Classicism, Clearness, Color bar, Color line, Comeliness, Connoisseurship, Conscientiousness, Consideration, Cool judgment, Correctness, Criticalness, Cultivated taste, Cultivation, Culture, Daintiness, Deeming, Delicacy, Demarcation, Desynonymization, Differencing, Differentiation, Dignity, Directness, Discernment, Discreetness, Discretion, Discriminatingness, Discriminativeness, Disequalization, Disjunction, Distinction, Distinguishment, Diversification, Division, Ease, Eclecticism, Elegance, Elegancy, Excellence, Fascism, Fastidiousness, Favoritism, Felicitousness, Felicity, Finesse, Finish, Fittingness, Flow, Flowing periods, Fluency, Good judgment, Good taste, Grace, Gracefulness, Gracility, Graciosity, Graciousness, Inclination, Individualization, Individuation, Inequality, Inequity, Insight, Interest, Intolerance, Involvement, Judgement, Judging, Judgment, Judicature, Judiciousness, Keenness, Know-nothingism, Leaning, Limpidity, Lucidity, Male chauvinist, Meticulousness, Minority prejudice, Modification, Naturalness, Neatness, Nepotism, Niceness, Nicety, One-sidedness, Parti pris, Partiality, Particularity, Particularization, Particularness, Partisanism, Partisanship, Pellucidity, Penetration, Perception, Perceptiveness, Percipience, Perfectionism, Personalization, Perspicacity, Perspicuity, Picking and choosing, Plainness, Policy, Polish, Polity, Preciseness, Precisianism, Precision, Preference, Preferential treatment, Prejudice, Priggishness, Propriety, Providence, Prudence, Prudentialism, Prudishness, Punctilio, Punctiliousness, Purism, Puritanism, Purity, Quality, Race hatred, Race prejudice, Race snobbery, Racial discrimination, Racialism, Racism, Red-baiting, Refinement, Reflection, Reflectiveness, Restraint, Scrupulosity, Scrupulousness, Seemliness, Segregation, Selectiveness, Selectivity, Sense, Sensitivity, Separation, Severalization, Severance, Sex discrimination, Sexism, Shrewdness, Simplicity, Smoothness, Social barrier, Social discrimination, Sophistication, Sound judgment, Soundness of judgment, Specialization, Straightforwardness, Strictness, Subtlety, Superpatriotism, Taste, Tastefulness, Terseness, Thoughtfulness, Ultranationalism, Unaffectedness, Undetachment, Undispassionateness, Unfairness, Unneutrality, Variation, Weighing, White power, White supremacy, Wit, Xenophobia, Prejudice, Bias, Bigotry, Intolerance, Narrow-mindedness, Unfairness, Inequity, Favouritism, One-sidedness, Partisanship, Differentiation, Distinction, Telling the difference

How to use Discrimination in a sentence?

  1. In terms of Ferguson, Missouri, the black community has discrimination towards the white police officers and their use of power.
  2. Because of the fact that he was albino, Ken suffered countless missed opportunities and discrimination from the non-albino population in his city.
  3. The advantage of this technique over conventional one-photon fluorescence is better signal strength and discrimination using less light energy.
  4. The company was successfully sued for discrimination after it promoted a less qualified young man instead of a more highly qualified older woman.
  5. Victims of racial discrimination.
  6. Discrimination between right and wrong.

Meaning of Discrimination & Discrimination Definition