Definitions

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  • n. The state or quality of being random; randomness.
  • n. An instance of randomness; an unpredictable characteristic.
  • n. In any process of randomness; the ratio of predicted action to unpredicted action.

Etymologies

random +‎ -ity (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Both the rain and the season will mean we're less likely to run into other illegal swimmers. randomity

    avoiding detection, plus a collection of randomity

  • In Snookums 'case, the randomity of the brain would exceed optimum, and the robot would become insane.

    Unwise Child

  • His circuits would tend to exceed optimum randomity, and that would mean, in human terms, that he would be insane -- and therefore worthless.

    Unwise Child

  • But the evasive action taken by a human pilot, aided by a randomity selector, is not logical and therefore cannot be handled by a computer.

    But, I Don't Think

  • # avoiding detection, plus a collection of randomity

    avoiding detection, plus a collection of randomity

  • avoiding detection, plus a collection of randomity

    avoiding detection, plus a collection of randomity

  • "that it was possible -- and necessary -- to introduce a certain randomity within the circuit choices themselves -- Ah! Hello, Leda, my dear!"

    Unwise Child

  • He's built to experiment, and if he's kept from experimenting for too long, he'll exceed the optimum randomity of his circuits. "

    Unwise Child

  • He'll tell you that 'the circuits exceeded their optimum randomity limit.'"

    Unwise Child

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