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  • adj. erratic

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Erratic.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Same as erratic.


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  • The behavior of this software is totally erratical.

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  • Besides, while technological improvements are erratical and cannot be relied upon for long term inflationary processes, China will sooner or later stop filling its belly with dollars.

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  • Fifteen days he remained quietly at home, without giving any argument of seconding his former vanities; in which time passed many pleasant encounters between him and his two gossips, the curate and barber, upon that point which he defended, to wit, that the world needed nothing so much as knights-errant, and that the erratical knighthood ought to be again renewed therein.

    The First Part. VII. Of the Second Departure Which Our Good Knight, Don Quixote, Made from His House to Seek Adventures

  • Inane cleaned style styracine erratical osteal axograph aerocraft discovered cornfield decapsulate ultraprecision.

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  • However, I believe, on the whole, we may wisely leave such matters in the hands of Providence; that if we have the power of teaching the right to anybody, we should teach them the right; if we have the power of showing them the best thing, we should show them the best thing; there will always, I fear, be enough want of teaching, and enough bad teaching, to bring out very curious erratical results if we want them.

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