- (Received Pronunciation, General American) IPA(key): /stəˈkæstɪkli/, /stəˈkæstɪkəli/
- Hyphenation: sto‧chas‧tic‧al‧ly
- In a stochastic manner; by means of a process involving a randomly determined sequence of events.
1954, Gardner Lindzey, Handbook of Social Psychology, volume 1, page 317:
- In the table the scores from group A are stochastically smaller than those for B, C, or D because group A always has at least as many scores at or below a particular number as any of the other groups. Similarly, the scores from group B are stochastically smaller than those from group C.