Definitions

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  • adjective Somewhat random; quite random.

Etymologies

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random +‎ -ish

Examples

  • As is, it looks like someone went over a randomish pile of Dolly Madison Zingers with a can of Barbasol, plopped on the jelly bean nose, and…Wah Lah.

    Regretsy – Lamb Chopped

  • I was further under the impression that to make this match, both files end up with large chunks of randomish data in them.

    LXer Linux News

  • I was further under the impression that to make this match, both files end up with large chunks of randomish data in them.

    LXer Linux News

  • WPFolio user slide show - a randomish selection of WPFolio user sites

    Public marks

  • Quick summary: a lot of this post has to do with the upcoming wiki page renaming hackfest which happens tomorrow (today, in UTC), and some other randomish things relating to anything I think about.

    Fedora People

  • Frank J_ demonstrates the fundamental Twitter social networking hierarchy dilemma - interspersed with some randomish thought-thingies:

    Likelihood of Success

  • Processed video, uses frame differences to find outlines. connects edges if they are within 10 pixels on the same row, otherwise it gets a randomish dot.

    Vimeo / Recent Public Videos

  • Processed video, uses frame differences to find outlines. connects edges if they are within 10 pixels on the same row, otherwise it gets a randomish dot.

    Vimeo / Recent Public Videos

  • I pick the topics solely on the randomish basis that somebody's mentioned the words to me in conversation today:

    Planet Atheism

  • Link] in theory, two patches could be one character away from being a collision. the thing is that none of the methods that are known to generate collisions can do so to this extent. they all depend on creating a large, randomish blob in one or both files. please educate me here.

    LXer Linux News

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