Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun An obsolete form of random.
  • To stray in a wild manner or at random.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun obsolete Random.
  • intransitive verb obsolete To go or stray at random.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The only thing that sez mutations are "randon" is our ignorance.

    Assessing Applegate's Attack

  • Lubavitchers have been known to jump out of their mitzvah van and strap tefillin onto randon passersby that look Jewish (kidding).

    Discourse.net: Pray for Us All

  • The security people have variously and professionally explained the security checks - it might be something to do with changes to my flight schedule (twice), one way travel (twice), separation of my baggage from the flight posting (mis-sent, skipped by the computer), name confusion, and/or a randon occurance, etc.

    Balkinization

  • The security people have variously and professionally explained the security checks - it might be something to do with changes to my flight schedule (twice), one way travel (twice), separation of my baggage from the flight posting (mis-sent, skipped by the computer), name confusion, and/or a randon occurance, etc.

    Balkinization

  • The security people have variously and professionally explained the security checks - it might be something to do with changes to my flight schedule (twice), one way travel (twice), separation of my baggage from the flight posting (mis-sent, skipped by the computer), name confusion, and/or a randon occurance, etc.

    Balkinization

  • The security people have variously and professionally explained the security checks - it might be something to do with changes to my flight schedule (twice), one way travel (twice), separation of my baggage from the flight posting (mis-sent, skipped by the computer), name confusion, and/or a randon occurance, etc.

    Balkinization

  • The security people have variously and professionally explained the security checks - it might be something to do with changes to my flight schedule (twice), one way travel (twice), separation of my baggage from the flight posting (mis-sent, skipped by the computer), name confusion, and/or a randon occurance, etc.

    Balkinization

  • The security people have variously and professionally explained the security checks - it might be something to do with changes to my flight schedule (twice), one way travel (twice), separation of my baggage from the flight posting (mis-sent, skipped by the computer), name confusion, and/or a randon occurance, etc.

    Balkinization

  • The security people have variously and professionally explained the security checks - it might be something to do with changes to my flight schedule (twice), one way travel (twice), separation of my baggage from the flight posting (mis-sent, skipped by the computer), name confusion, and/or a randon occurance, etc.

    Balkinization

  • The security people have variously and professionally explained the security checks - it might be something to do with changes to my flight schedule (twice), one way travel (twice), separation of my baggage from the flight posting (mis-sent, skipped by the computer), name confusion, and/or a randon occurance, etc.

    Balkinization

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