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promiscuous
used in Moby Dick

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indiscriminate (non-selective) — especially having many sexual partners
  • As touching the ancient authors generally, as well as the poets here appearing, these extracts are solely valuable or entertaining, as affording a glancing bird's eye view of what has been promiscuously said, thought, fancied, and sung of Leviathan, by many nations and generations, including our own.
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