promiscuously


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Synonyms for promiscuously

in an indiscriminate manner

in a licentious and promiscuous manner

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Coleridge gets a shock in Abergele: "Walking on the sea sands I was surprised to see a number of fine women bathing promiscuously with men and boys, perfectly naked
Sanders, 73, does not smile promiscuously, as befits someone who thinks the republic is being ruined by the government's parsimony regarding social programs, its obsequiousness toward Wall Street, and its tolerance of billionaires influencing electoral politics.
Although not saying so literally, Crocker seemed to be reflecting the binary view of the struggle for Syria--Assad versus Al-Qaeda--that the regime and its supporters employ promiscuously.
Wojnarowicz's Magic Box poignantly embodies such links as an archive within an archive, part Wunderkammer, part punk fetish chamber, promiscuously intermingling words and things.
We'll still be dabbling in other art forms as promiscuously as ever, but it helps to reaffirm that film is at the core of everything we do.
Scientists insisted that this indicated a lethal effort of adaptivity in males as females escalate sperm competition by further shortening and synchronising the annual mating period and mating promiscuously.
At the end of the book, he presents a poem in which he promiscuously melts into the crowds, becomes anonymous, and is no longer present.
Price tends to be the bottom line and when companies don't have opportunities elsewhere - particularly in the markets they are most familiar with - they tend to rush towards that bottom line promiscuously.
No, I use pointe shoes and flat shoes quite promiscuously, if you like.
Anil Somayaji, associate professor at Carleton University's Computer Security Lab, says: "The nightmare for the government is that these devices are designed for gathering and sharing information promiscuously.
Francisco Canseco of Texas, was promiscuously patted down in the genital area by what appears to have been an overzealous TSA security official.
Trouble was, movement conservatism had already been mixed promiscuously with Republican Party loyalty, a concoction that juiced the market first for talk radio and then for Fox News.
6) "There being nothing more evident than that creatures of the same species and rank, promiscuously born to all the same advantages of nature, and the use of the same faculties, should also be equal one amongst another without subordination or subjection" (John Locke, Two Treatises of Government and A Letter Concerning Toleration, Edited and with an Introduction by Ian Shapiro, Contributors: John Dunn, Ruth W.
Yet it accomplished all this in a way that was promiscuously inclusive, uniting under one roof consumers who varied widely by age, class, and interests.
The first place that he came upon was a village site in Discovery Bay on the Olympic Peninsula; it had been recently abandoned and was "over-run with weeds; amongst which were found several human skulls, and other bones, promiscuously scattered about.