- r in an indiscriminate manner
she reads promiscuously
- r in a licentious and promiscuous manner
this young girl has to share a room with her mother who lives promiscuously
- They know the danger of Democrats' seeming promiscuously tolerant of all bizarreness in some aging '60s, Phil Donahue fashion.
- In his adolescence, Pi becomes promiscuously religious: he decides he wants to be Hindu, Muslim and Christian, devoutly and simultaneously.
- That, plus the worry that germs develop resistance to antibiotics that are used promiscuously.