Dependent upon or characterized by mere chance. See Synonyms at chance.(adjective)
Mere chance; fortuity.(noun)
By chance; casually.(adverb)
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Use "haphazard" in a sentence
"By contrast, Frost scolded the state in July for creating what he called a "haphazard application" of its death penalty protocols."
"What Bob Semro called "haphazard" is really personal freedom."
"I looked around me, at smashed remains: bricks tumbled in haphazard heaps, sections of roofs and walls, ripped apart as if by a giant and scattered like paper, no collection of building materials recognizable as a house for blocks in every direction."