Planing something out as you go, Thinking about the end result and not the plan ahead of time
Jack Sparrow is a haphazard person
Por Thor_Azrail 21 de enero de 2009
To do something without order or planning, or to seem random. Easily remembered because it sounds and is basically the same as half-assed.
His room seemed haphazard with the clothes scattered everywhere.
Por some hobo with a computer 25 de noviembre de 2009
meaning random chance or a varietyhap·haz·ard (hap′haz′ərd)

-noun-

mere chance; accident; fortuity

-adjective-

not planned; random

-adverb-

by chance; casually
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aimless, accidental, casual, offhand, careless, slipshod, incidental, unexpected, unthinking, unconscious, uncoordinated, slovenly, reckless, unconcerned, unpremeditated, loose, indiscriminate, unsystematic, unrestricted, unselected, irregular, motley, multifarious, blind, purposeless, unplanned, chaotic,

Antonyms; careful, studied, planned.





He always had a haphazard style one had never seen him make a plan.

This was it. She was finally going to exact her long-overdue revenge, a la Uma Thurman in Kill Bill. The threat was proved to be imaginary, however, when Taylor turned to a haphazard pile of vegetables.

The location of the examples in the sections is a bit haphazard as the section started to grow beyond my previous navigation options.
Por BleusMusicSoulChild 12 de julio de 2008
ADVERB, ADJECTIVE (1) At random (2) Careless, slipshod

NOUN (3) chance
Throughout, he shows how only evolution, haphazard and undirected, could have produced the minds we humans have.
Por Kersvader 17 de septiembre de 2008

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