- (colloquial) An undefined, unknown or unimportant person; a person of no consequence.
- The party was boring. It was full of randoms.
- All outcomes being equally probable
- He arranged the cards in order.
- The outcome of a fair coin flip is .
- Lacking statistical correlation.
- The results look by several different measures.
- Having apparent lack of plan, cause or reason
- The narrative takes a course.
- (colloquial) Apropos of nothing; lacking context
- That was a completely comment.
- The teacher's bartending story was interesting, but .
- (colloquial) From the population at large
- I don't want people to be able to access this account.
- I know I must seem completely right now. I'm just nervous about asking you out.
- (colloquial) absurd, unexpected, humorous
- What you just said was so .
- (colloquial) Undistinguished, average, common. Originated in hacker's slang. Source: w:Jargon File, Jargon File
- (colloquial, probably US only) Lacking poise
Etymology: From randon, from randir to gallop, of Germanic origin. Used in English since the 14th Century.
- Dutch: toevallig
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