She quits her job as governor—some might say erratically—and supporters applaud her courage.
And Brad realized it wouldn't be healthy being shaken around inside an erratically spinning compartment.
They found a place where saltpeter was very thinly and erratically distributed.
It was too dark, and he was moving too rapidly and erratically, for anyone to take good aim.
If He is merciful at all He cannot be merciful only spasmodically, erratically, or temporarily.
erratically he waltzed across the floor, to crumple in a heap where Quirl and the girl were sitting.
Halvard was propelling them vigorously but erratically forward.
R19, unable to dive, was forging ahead blindly and erratically upon the surface, an easy prey to the vigilant destroyer.
Down plunged the vanquished monoplane, spirally, erratically.
The flat pointed head seems to be in contact with the ground or very near to it as the animal moves about rapidly and erratically.
late 14c., "wandering, moving," from Old French erratique (13c.) and directly from Latin erraticus "wandering, straying, roving," from erratum "an error, mistake, fault," past participle of errare "to wander, err" (see err). Sense of "irregular, eccentric" is attested by 1841. The noun is from 1620s, of persons; 1849, of boulders. Related: Erratically.