unpredictably

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

  • If a strain proved unpredictably freakish, then we could be months into a pandemic before a vaccine was available.
  • But I can understand a certain impatience with reading the millionth entry in the log of the USS Mary Sue (or Ye Unpredictably Capitalized Chonicles of Mary Sue, or whatever). Quote of the Day
  • The central character, the scary doc, is paranoid, naggy, miserable, erratic, unpredictably furious and no fun at all. Times, Sunday Times
  • Veteran commanders consider any unit that has not been blooded to be unreliable, because even well-trained soldiers can react unpredictably to the horrors of combat.
  • Although the film begins with a gun pressed firmly against The Boss's skull and promises to unfold unpredictably, any thoughts of a non-linear narrative similar to that of Post Mortem soon fall by the wayside.
  • Periodically, unpredictably, a roar makes the pavilion tremble and the menacing shadow of a low-flying plane is projected slowly across the vaulted ceiling.
  • The amount of bitterness in fireweed shoots varies unpredictably. How to Harvest Fireweed Shoots with Recipe for Fireweed Shoot Omelet
  • It is impossible to calculate the time - frame. Because the magnets can behave unpredictably.
  • Even at its gentlest, canyoneering can be unpredictably dangerous. A Wall Of Black Water
  • When you struck it, it moved unpredictably in the air like a knuckleball in baseball. Times, Sunday Times
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