erratic[ ih-rat-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF erratic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ERRATIC
He worked in his erratic way all winter, and certainly did have some success.
With them we think of the artificial as the archetype; the earth-born as the erratic exception.
Calhoun swung it on an erratic course, lest there be opposition.
Susan, holding on against the erratic swayings of the cart, pretended not to hear.
Sam was volatile and elusive; his industry of an erratic kind.
He was a most erratic workman, but what he did, he did exceedingly well.
This time of year it ran crowded and was erratic; more often than not, late.
The only listener I had for these erratic poems of mine was Akshay Babu.
Erratic boulders have, also, been noticed on the Rocky Mountains.
Can you wonder now at the zig-zags, the erratic nature of my mind?
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR ERRATIC
- not fixed
- hanging by a thread
- on thin ice
- touch and go
- up for grabs
- up in the air