Origin of chaotic
Examples from the Web for chaotically
The concert was chaotically virtuosic: an ideal rockist combo.
Yet the difficulty was in capturing the immediacy of a narrative that was chaotically in motion.
That openness made the early Google a chaotically fecund operation.
He must speak as the bird sings, not mechanically, but out of a full heart, yet not chaotically or from random impulses.Browning and the Dramatic Monologue|S. S. Curry
And everything was flowing in the yard, chaotically mingled; manure and farming implements, staves and straw.Pictures of Sweden|Hans Christian Andersen
1713, "in a state of primordial chaos," irregularly formed in English from chaos + -ic, probably on model of eros/erotic, demos/demotic, hypnos/hypnotic, etc. Transferred or figurative meaning "confused, disordered" is from 1747.