haphazard

[ adjective, adverb hap-haz-erd; noun hap-haz-erd ]SEE DEFINITION OF haphazard

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HAPHAZARD

Passages taken at haphazard will suffice to establish my contention.

Take any sonnet at haphazard, and you will hear the rage of his desire.

Once outside he slowly resumed his walk in haphazard fashion.

Why should not a man start off at haphazard, and get out when the mood takes him?

In a word, system will have to be substituted for confusion, method for haphazard.

Who hasn't heard of ships found floating, haphazard, with their crews all dead?

He opened it haphazard, and his eyes fell on the middle of the page.

They were digging at haphazard in the 254 sand a hundred yards away.

All other appointments which had been made in a haphazard, irregular way were abolished.

But hitherto the recognition of this principle has been only occasional and haphazard.

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