hunt and peck


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hunt′-and-peck′


n.
a method of typing whereby the typist looks for each key separately before striking it.
[1935–40]
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Southwest Airlines lets customers use their own devices to access in-flight entertainment options, so users who have complex Amazon passwords saved to their computers wont have to hunt and peck on a slow seat-back screen to log in.
(How about the "hunt and peck randomly" method?) Excellent readers read intervallically.
Rather than hunt and peck for the right training, many in leadership roles are avoiding it altogether because of the sense of potential waste.