- n. The state or condition of being randy.
- randy + -ness (Wiktionary)
“HA We dealt with randiness for many years, but it seems to have let up in the last few for some reason.”
“The dreams, which came from a fifteen year-old kid contending with both a developing imagination and a randiness rivaled only by a horny-as-hell squadron of virile soldiers returning from a war, involved teachers reading to me, seducing me and then allowing me to recreate the form of the book, using their legs and arms as metaphorical “pages” to turn over, in the bedroom.”
“I tend to agree with Ben and blame popular culture for much of our childrens' general randiness.”
“All PMS symptoms have taken a backseat to my incredible excitement an excitement that is not at all connected to PMS-related randiness.”
“I would argue that the artist makes a broad, good-natured and surprisingly tender farce out of both Abstract Expressionism and his own randiness.”
““If you ever needed a cure for the randiness of youth—which I very much doubt—your searches here found no cure for it.””
“Not once, because at least there might be an excuse for once: ascribe it to excessive drink and more excessive randiness and forget about it please.”
“The only worldly caution his father had ever given was to beware of entrapment: rich young men with more randiness than sense were vulnerable to the schemes of those who wanted to share their wealth.”
“Usually he spent these early hours eying Darling and trying to imagine a way to gain access, but lately sheer terror of the street had abolished his customary randiness.”
“His eagerness matched only by his randiness, the performer's lyrics stretch from the sincere to the ridiculous with an incongruous-yet-believable swagger.”
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