1. the quality of lacking any predictable order or plan
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How To Use haphazardness In A Sentence

  • I love London particularly for that layered feel, for its glorious haphazardness and its unique personality, which Peter Ackroyd personisifes as William Blake's Glad Day: a radiant youth with his arms outstretched against rainbow light. MIND MELD: Real-Life Places That Inspire Exceptional World Building
  • There was no completeness, no system, no organization; it was a kind of haphazardness, altogether opposite to his own clear and well-ordered ideas. After London Or, Wild England
  • Ultimately it was this haphazardness, a seemingly carefree approach to cutting-edge climbs, along with his formidable intellect and wit, which forged the Smith legend.
  • Welty's letters, too, often boast a happy haphazardness. Staving Off Oblivion
  • I am perturbed - nobody ever talks to us about these considerations as lawyers, whereas sociologists for example spend much of their undergraduate lives being familiarised with research methodology and warned against haphazardness.
  • Although the smell of the bathroom sticks to the walls and clothes, because no one wants to work as a cleaning aid for the miserable wages the job pays, at least there is not as much haphazardness as in other schools in Havana. Yoani Sanchez: When Learning Turns to Dust
  • I took a look around at the poets, the grand scrufflarians I have taken such a liking to, and pondered the haphazardness of them all, the delightful observations I have absorbed by watching them.
  • Then again, such casual haphazardness is also part of the book's odd charm, akin to the experience of wave-watching itself. Going With the Flow
  • There was a sense of haphazardness in the way outfits were thrown together, and Theyskens says that's what he was going for. Word of advice for spring wardrobe: caution
  • These considerations together with my own work of contextualization in the form of notes (somewhat more gracefully acknowledged by Mr. Buruma) should exempt this edition from the accusation of "haphazardness" with which he has stigmatized it. Oshima's Choice
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