Did you perhaps mean erratic?
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“Maintain an erractic twitch to keep the lure rolling and flashing.”
“She is unstable, erractic, unreliable, and a confirmed liar.”
“Turns out that the wife had advanced syphilis that was latent for many years, and it was attacking her brain - hence her erractic behavior and his perception that she was possessed.”
“She is being so erractic and delusional -- and nasty-mean -- that by this point I'd far rather have McCain and would almost rather Bush stay in power than to trust our future to her.”
“They will now to define McCain as impulsive, erractic and willing to do and say anything to win.”
“Bill Clinton's increasingly erractic behavior should be of great concern to his family, friends and supporter.”
“Knee jerk finger pointing to deflect their increasingly erractic rule.”
“However, I found Google was erractic - at one moment offering related searches for aspartame adverse effects and the next moment not.”
“It actually serves his acolytes right that they have to go on live TV to defend him when they've been shafted by his bumbling, erractic and last-minute decisions.”
“This is the republican strategy: be erractic and out of touch with reality.”
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