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  • adj. Obsolete form of chaotic.


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  • The revolution harpies of France, sprung from night and hell, or from that chaotick anarchy, which generates equivocally

    Selections from _Letter to Noble Lord_

  • 'Those translators who, for want of understanding the characteristical difference of tongues, have formed a chaotick dialect of heterogeneous phrases;' 'In one part refinement will be subtilised beyond exactness, and evidence dilated in another beyond perspicuity.'

    Life Of Johnson

  • The northern declivities of all these mountains were covered with snow banks, or chaotick masses of snow and rock intermingled, which had fallen from the summits.

    Life in the Rocky Mountains

  • It is placed in some distant part of space, separated from the regions of harmony and order by a chaotick waste and an unoccupied vacuity; but sin and death worked up "a mole of aggravated soil," cemented with

    Lives of the Poets, Volume 1


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