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Promiscuously

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Adverb

1. indiscriminately, promiscuously

in an indiscriminate manner

Example Sentences:
'she reads promiscuously'

2. licentiously, promiscuously, wantonly

in a licentious and promiscuous manner

Example Sentences:
'this young girl has to share a room with her mother who lives promiscuously'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Promiscuously

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adjective
1. 
indulging in casual and indiscriminate sexual relationships
2. 
consisting of a number of dissimilar parts or elements mingled in a confused or indiscriminate manner
3. 
indiscriminate in selection
4. 
casual or heedless

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Promiscuously

see synonyms of promiscuously
adjective
1. 
consisting of different elements mixed together or mingled without sorting or discrimination
2. 
characterized by a lack of discrimination; specif., engaging in sexual intercourse indiscriminately or with many persons
3. 
without plan or purpose; casual

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Promiscuously

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adj.
1. Having casual sexual relations frequently with different partners; indiscriminate in the choice of sexual partners.
2.
a. Lacking standards of selection; acting without careful judgment; indiscriminate: criticized him for being promiscuous in his friendships.
b. Showing little forethought or critical judgment; casual: the promiscuous use of the word "populism."
3. Consisting of diverse, unrelated parts or individuals; confused: "Throngs promiscuous strew the level green" (Alexander Pope).
4. Biology Having a variety of functions, targets, or hosts; nonselective: promiscuous enzymes; promiscuous drugs; a promiscuous parasite.

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