indiscriminate (part of speech: adjective)
- They knew that angry cowboys were a trifle undiscriminating, and didn't care to risk hanging more than was necessary. - "The Great K. & A. Robbery", Paul Liechester Ford.
- But they ignore the fact that a blind and undiscriminating charity was the cause, and not the cure, of much of the miserable wretchedness of the poor. - "A Short History of Monks and Monasteries", Alfred Wesley Wishart.
- But Bob Needham spoke from the depths of his honest and undiscriminating soul. - "The Gay Cockade", Temple Bailey.