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    #1

    random and indiscriminately

    hi,

    Which word should be used in this sentence?

    Cars are parked randomly or indiscriminately which caused a traffic jam on the road albeit some of the parking space is still vacant.

    thanks

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    #2

    Re: random and indiscriminately

    I would go with "randomly".

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