Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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After that he grew more restless and more erratic than ever.

They write less, and less easily; they are younger at their trade, more erratic.

Do you know, Tommy, to talk quite seriously, I get more erratic every day?

Upon my word, Lucio, I said with some irritationYour disposition seems to grow more and more erratic and singular every day!

But the higher he went the more erratic became his practice, so really it did not matter much.

While Silas Told was thus engaged, another but a more erratic and eccentric philanthropist paid constant visits to Newgate.

For some time past she had been gloomier and more erratic than ever, invariably showing red eyes and a pale face.