[ UK /keɪˈɒtɪk/ ]
[ US /keɪˈɑtɪk/ ]
[ US /keɪˈɑtɪk/ ]
- completely unordered and unpredictable and confusing
- lacking a visible order or organization
- of or relating to a sensitive dependence on initial conditions
How To Use chaotic In A Sentence
- Eating disorders, anorexia nervosa, and bulimia nervosa, are characterised by morbid preoccupation with weight and shape and manifest through distorted or chaotic eating behaviour.
- My disorganization was a chaotic river that I waded through every day, somehow coming out the other end dry only due to the comparatively placid pace of being a Londoner. Ed Zitron: Ride the Whirlwind: Making a New York Minute Last
- And there lies the secret: you are none of the above and your life is a chaotic mess. Times, Sunday Times
- The rocks are asymmetrically folded and overthrust to the west, with chaotic units and abundant evidence for coeval soft-sediment deformation.
- Thus, if the second-messenger network were to enter a domain of chaotic behavior, chaotic variation in membrane potential would result.
- Chaotic himself, he had the obsessional nature which sees chaos in others ' mess but not his own. INSTANCES OF THE NUMBER 3
- A comedy about becoming fully conscious, AND SOPHIE COMES TOO follows the three Abramowitz sisters and their mother Sophie, who may or may not wake from a coma before her daughters take control of their increasingly chaotic lives: Barbara, a single lesbian, doesn't want her wacky family's calamity to interfere with her sex life or the pending adoption of a baby girl from China. BroadwayWorld.com Featured Content
- As soon as the flash frames started strobing audience retinas, the soundtrack began adding layers of chaotic on-the-scene sound recordings.
- Some insects even cultivate chaotic output to produce randomised behaviour.
- What followed was a chaotic period in which Sparta, Thebes, and a renascent Athens jostled for power, with Persia stirring the pot.