That year, among the many Double Golds promiscuously handed out to various bourbons, one went to Old Grand Dad.
Men belonging to all orders (promiscuously) beget offspring upon women of all the orders.
Shall the unworthy be promiscuously admitted to its privileges?
Mrs. Hetherington called—as she pays no attention to days, but runs in promiscuously—and I sent word, "Not at home."
She had read voraciously and promiscuously one subject after another.
Many times have I travelled in company with just such a promiscuously gathered crowd as the strangler described.
Through other; one thing blended with the other, promiscuously.
A kibitka serves for a whole family; men, women, and children sleep in it promiscuously without any separation.
Here we took our temporary abode—men and women, promiscuously.
A pit was instantly dug: the dead bodies, a hundred and twenty-three in number, were flung into it promiscuously, and covered up.
c.1600, people or things, "mingled confusedly, grouped together without order, consisting of a disorderly mix; indiscriminate," from Latin promiscuus "mixed, indiscriminate, in common, without distinction," from pro- "forward" (see pro-) + miscere "to mix" (see mix (v.)). Meaning "indiscriminate in sexual relations" recorded by 1857, from promiscuity. The Latin adjective was used with conubia (e.g. between patricians and plebeians). Related: Promiscuously.