haphazard

Part of speech: noun

Accidental; chance; hazard.

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Usage examples "haphazard":

  1. But he does it only by a vague and haphazard association of ideas. - "This Simian World", Clarence Day Jr..
  2. First of all, we must realize that it is not following any haphazard plan but has a definite aim. - "Garden Ornaments", Mary H. Northend.
  3. So Sengoun continued his sketchy, haphazard recital, waving his cigarette now and then for emphasis, and conversing frequently over his shoulder while Rue Carew leaned on the piano and gravely watched his nimble fingers alternately punish and caress the keyboard. - "The Dark Star", Robert W. Chambers.