- adj. 混杂的；杂乱的
- adv. 偶然地；胡乱地
- promiscuous: see mix
- promiscuous (adj.)
- c. 1600, people or things, "mingled confusedly, grouped together without order, consisting of a disorderly mix; indiscriminate," from Latin promiscuus "mixed, indiscriminate, in common, without distinction," from pro- "forward" (see pro-) + miscere "to mix" (see mix (v.)). Meaning "indiscriminate in sexual relations" recorded by 1857, from promiscuity. The Latin adjective was used with conubia (such as between patricians and plebeians). Related: Promiscuously.
- 1. You know the risks of promiscuous sex.
- 2. She is perceived as vain, spoilt and promiscuous.
- 3. to be sexually promiscuous
- 4. They were taking a promiscuous stroll when it began to rain.
- 5. Alec know that she was promiscuous and superficial.
[ promiscuous 造句 ]