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How to use haphazardly in a sentence
Heading back to my car, which I’d haphazardly parked in a patch of grass right off the bridge, a calm settled over me.A vacation town promises rest and relaxation. The water knows the truth.|Nneka M. Okona|August 26, 2021|Vox
Scroll through Depop and you’ll see people out in the world, looking chic in wide-leg pants rolling in the grass or striking a pose in front of a haphazardly hung backdrop, perhaps decorated with pink cartoon cats and owls.Depop Made Sustainable Shopping Cool for Gen Z. What Happens When Parents Crash the Party?|Eliana Dockterman|August 19, 2021|Time
Layer your ingredients haphazardly and you’re liable to end up with a mess.
The lamp tilts up and down, so it functions even when it’s haphazardly thrown on upside down—a real perk that pleases my toddler, who is all about independence.Outdoor Gear that Makes Camping with Kids More Fun|Ebony Roberts|May 30, 2021|Outside Online
Imagine a collection of books—maybe millions or even billions of them—haphazardly tossed by publishers into a heaping pile in a field.Google AI Researchers Are Dreaming Up a New Species of Search Engine|Jason Dorrier|May 16, 2021|Singularity Hub
And, as we so often see, the compensation is only haphazardly tied to job performance.Michael Tomasky: What Mitt’s Father Got Right (and Mitt Gets Wrong)|Michael Tomasky|January 17, 2012|DAILY BEAST
We've been applying counterinsurgency doctrine (and that haphazardly), assuming that the people are the center of gravity.
By the ingrained shopping habits of decades, I sort haphazardly through the stained old chrome racks.
There'd be an awful rumpus in the complaint department if I started sending people up there haphazardly.Death Makes A Mistake|P.F. Costello
The sky was like a vast black colander perforated haphazardly with a myriad brilliant openings which paled and glowed.Terry|Charles Goff Thomson
Margaret fired her revolver haphazardly, while I held my rifle for any that gained the poop.The Mutiny of the Elsinore|Jack London
Poke your finger tips haphazardly into the dough to make marks that will catch the sauce when you pour it on generously.The Complete Book of Cheese|Robert Carlton Brown
A faint cloud layer floated by and was illuminated by the twilight so that it stretched haphazardly across the face of the sun.The Revolutions of Time|Jonathan Dunn