Definitions

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  • adj. haphazard

Etymologies

Possibly haphazard +‎ -ous (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Thank God there are enough voters in Indiana to discern for themselves an honest campaign & comittment to rebuild the USA to be the inclusive country most want it to be as opposed to an haphazardous campaign that recognizes the only way they can stay in the race is to use hate-mongering, smoke - screens, proven lies & withholding relevent personal info.

    Indianapolis Star backs Clinton

  • A superstitious person might have thought it unfortunate that her partner in this speculative industry (as in Wilbur's disastrous rolling-mills) was that charming but too haphazardous man of the world, George Amberson.

    The Magnificent Ambersons; illustrated by Arthur William Brown

  • A superstitious person might have thought it unfortunate that her partner in this speculative industry (as in Wilbur’s disastrous rolling-mills) was that charming but too haphazardous man of the world, George Amberson.

    Chapter 30

  • The summer's all gone, an 'I'm still livin' on in the same old haphazardous way.

    Rhymes of a Rolling Stone

  • A superstitious person might have thought it unfortunate that her partner in this speculative industry (as in Wilbur's disastrous rolling-mills) was that charming but too haphazardous man of the world,

    The Magnificent Ambersons

  • None, with the exception of the captain, the surgeon, and myself, had even reached the prime of life, and while they may not have had "old heads on young shoulders," they had all the alacrity, enthusiasm and bravery necessary for our haphazardous cruise and steady, ceaseless work.

    Recollections of a naval life : including the cruises of the Confederate States steamers, "Sumter" and "Alabama",

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