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Randomly

see synonyms of randomly

Adverb

1. arbitrarily, at random, every which way, haphazardly, indiscriminately, randomly, willy-nilly

in a random manner

Example Sentences:
'the houses were randomly scattered'
'bullets were fired into the crowd at random'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Randomly

see synonyms of randomly
adjective
1. 
lacking any definite plan or prearranged order; haphazard
a random selection
2. statistics
a. 
having a value which cannot be determined but only described probabilistically
a random variable
b. 
chosen without regard to any characteristics of the individual members of the population so that each has an equal chance of being selected
random sampling
3. informal
(of a person) unknown
some random guy waiting for a bus
noun
4.  at random

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Randomly

see synonyms of randomly
noun
1. 
impetuous and haphazard movement
now only in at random, without careful choice, aim, plan, etc.; haphazardly
adjective
2. 
lacking aim or method; purposeless; haphazard
3. 
not uniform; esp., of different sizes
said of stones, etc. in certain types of masonry
4.  Statistics
of statistical sample selection in which all possible samples have equal probability of selection

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Randomly

see synonyms of randomly
adj.
1. Having no specific pattern, purpose, or objective: random movements. See Synonyms at chance.
2. Mathematics & Statistics Of or relating to a type of circumstance or event that is described by a probability distribution.
3. Of or relating to an event in which all outcomes are equally likely, as in the testing of a blood sample for the presence of a substance.

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