DISCRIMINATE, v.t. [l., difference, distinction; differently applied; Gr., L.]1. To distinguish; to observe the difference between; as, we may usually discriminate true from false modesty.2. To separate; to select from others; to make a distinction between; as, in the last judgment, the righteous will be discriminated from the wicked.3. To mark with notes of difference; to distinguish by some note or mark. We discriminate animals by names, as nature has discriminated them by different shapes and habits.
DISCRIMINATE, v.i. 1. To make a difference or distinction; as, in the application of law, and the punishment of crimes, the judge should discriminate between degrees of guilt.2. To observe or note a difference; to distinguish; as, in judging of evidence, we should be careful to discriminate between probability and slight presumption.
DISCRIMINATE, a. Distinguished; having the difference marked.
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