Meaning of promiscuously in English:

promiscuously

Pronunciation /prəˈmɪskjʊəsli/

Translate promiscuously into Spanish

adverb

See promiscuous

‘In 1984, Marxist theorist Frederic Jameson lamented the eruption of a new style of painting that borrowed promiscuously from history and mythology was yet another symptom of a malaise rooted in the emergence of consumer capitalism.’
  • ‘While trademarks may sometimes lose protection if they become used promiscuously, copyrighted works remain protected no matter how publicly they're distributed.’
  • ‘We recognize that wise statesmen resist the temptation to use power promiscuously, and we stress the virtues of prudence, and self-restraint, in foreign policy.’
  • ‘It is the big corporations that will own the devices and the profit motive will surely lead them to spread the machines around as promiscuously as they possibly can.’
  • ‘Our communities use the word promiscuously, adapted to order.’