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Adjective
/ˈrandəm/,
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Made, done, happening, or chosen without method or conscious decision,
  1. Made, done, happening, or chosen without method or conscious decision
    • - a random sample of 100 households
  2. Governed by or involving equal chances for each item

  3. (of masonry) With stones of irregular size and shape


  1. lacking any definite plan or order or purpose; governed by or depending on chance; "a random choice"; "bombs fell at random"; "random movements"
  2. (randomly) in a random manner; "the houses were randomly scattered"; "bullets were fired into the crowd at random"
  3. Randomness has somewhat disparate meanings as used in several different fields. It also has common meanings which may have loose connections with some of those more definite meanings. ...
  4. Random (02) is a remix album by Gary Numan, released in 1998 on Beggars Banquet records as a companion album to the Random covers album of the preceding year. It contains new remixes in techno and house music styles by several club DJ's and mixers and was also released as a four LP set. ...
  5. Random is a 5-member Australian R&B group who, in 2005, won the Australian series of the X Factor in 2005.
  6. The following is a list of the minor characters in the various versions of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, by Douglas Adams.
  7. Random (Marshall Evan Stone III) is a fictional character and antihero created by writer Peter David for the Marvel Comics series X-Factor. He has made only a few appearances, but was able to be a thorn in the side of X-Factor and a sometimes reluctant ally of theirs. ...
  8. "Random" is the first CD single from UK hip hop artist Lady Sovereign, following the release of her 12" vinyl single "Ch Ching (Cheque 1 2)" in 2004. It was her second and last single for Casual Records in 2005.
  9. Speed, full speed; impetuosity, force. [14th-17th c.]; The full range of a bullet or other projectile; hence, the angle at which a weapon is tilted to allow the greatest range. [16th-19th c.]; An undefined, unknown or unimportant person; a person of no consequence. [from 20th c. ...
  10. (Randoms. [Grocery Variety Ad and Wal-Mart]) Duttyboi's adventure to Rexdale, TO.
  11. It is required by law that a Video Poker Machine must draw cards at random from a single deck. This means that no card is more likely to be drawn than any other.
  12. If a card says to pick something at random, it must be randomly picked, no matter what. If you have a card that allows you to see your opponent's hand and you get to discard a random card in their hand via Don Zaloog etc., the hand is turned face-down and shuffled before the card is chosen.
  13. additive RNG, finite state machine, linear feedback shift register, pseudorandom, random number generator, randomness testing, really random, RNG, unpredictable
  14. Refers to events that are, in principle, haphazard and unpredictable. See also chance.
  15. adj. done, chosen, etc without method or conscious choice; haphazard
  16. A process of selection that gives an equal opportunity for each item to be chosen.
  17. A stone pattern where joints are web-like.
  18. enables you to create the block table randomly, by giving the block numbers and the lectures per block number.
  19. Random is unpredictable. There is some element of chance. This is the opposite of deterministic, in which the next number or event is knowable.
  20. 1) having no specific pattern 2) produced by chance or unplanned in nature
  21. If a spell, ability, or effect requires players to make a random choice, any common method of randomization (dice, flipping a coin, etc.) may be used as long as the possibel outcomes are truly random and all players agree to the chosen method.
  22. A condition in which each person, event, or object has an equal (nonzero) probability of selection.
  23. An unpredictable pattern. Random numbers are used extensively in cryptography.
  24. Slots at all reputable online and offline casinos are random. They are periodically tested and certified for randomness. Please pick casinos from a site that screens them for reputation, such as this site, to make sure you are not playing a rigged game.
  25. sampling: a sample that has been randomly selected from a population. If you want to generalize your results, random sampling is better than both quota sampling and convenience sampling. (p. 234)