Denoting something that is broad but random and haphazard in its range: a scattershot collection of stories
More example sentences
- While you want broad exposure, what you cannot do is have a scattershot approach to your public relations campaign.
- This isn't a traditional three act film, and the lack of warmth and scattershot nature of the story does get a little tedious at times.
- Despite powerful evidence that such a system would be a boon to law enforcement, the NRA has adopted a scattershot, drive-by-shooting approach to mowing down the idea.
Definition of scattershot in:
- The British & World English dictionary