erratically

[ UK /ɛɹˈætɪkli/ ]
[ US /ɛˈɹætɪkɫi/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in an erratic unpredictable manner
    economic changes are proceeding erratically
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How To Use erratically In A Sentence

  • Note that the grooves in some wooden surfaces may cause the computer's mouse to behave erratically.
  • Several eye-witnesses saw Helen Verity, 30, driving "erratically" on a route in west Cumbria. Whitehaven News headlines
  • As I rode away, I noticed that the front disc brake still faded erratically.
  • You could have steam erratically hissing from its base, like a rocket about to take off. Times, Sunday Times
  • He was obviously upset and was driving erratically.
  • Swallows, swifts and nighthawks, all pursuing flying insects, fly erratically.
  • Confronted in the lab with an infectious Latin merengue song, played at 116 or 124 beats per minute, Mathieu bounced tentatively and erratically as a multimedia addendum to the paper shows, representing Mathieu's movements with a dot. Week in Ideas: Christopher Shea
  • He was obviously upset and was driving erratically.
  • Capitalisation is often omitted or used erratically, except for names.
  • Another allegation was that he rode a motorbike and quad bike erratically.
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