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Word: erratic

Definition: odd; irregular in movement or behavior; unpredictable


Sentences Containing 'erratic'

Keokuk, a long time ago, was an occasional loafing place of that erratic genius, Henry Clay Dean.
Hartung to inquire whether he had observed erratic boulders on these islands, and he answered that he had found large fragments of granite and other rocks, which do not occur in the archipelago.
Throughout a large part of the United States, erratic boulders and scored rocks plainly reveal a former cold period.
Erratic boulders have, also, been noticed on the Rocky Mountains.
The man who reviews his own life, as I do mine, in going on here, from page to page, had need to have been a good man indeed, if he would be spared the sharp consciousness of many talents neglected, many opportunities wasted, many erratic and perverted feelings constantly at war within his breast, and defeating him.

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