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Synonyms for erratic

Synonyms for erratic

Synonyms for erratic

liable to sudden unpredictable change

having no fixed course

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likely to perform unpredictably

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Mirza said excessive rain and less rain are both detrimental to honey business while due to changing weather pattern we are experiencing erratic rains which is causing reduction in honey production.
Concerned driver Ryszard Jurowski spotted his erratic behaviour and followed him home to confront the former boxing champion.
TN Kaul, the RWA president of Aardee City, said 40 per cent residents of his locality are suffering due to erratic water supply.
4 million bales following erratic rainfall in some areas and attack of pink bollworm and whitefly.
First Rider espouses two views of how the glacial erratic arrived at its present location: the Western scientific view and Blackfoot Creation stories.
Another protestor from Mehjoor Nagar said that the cable TV services had gone erratic and that the operators didn't respond to grievances.
The new update being released by Google addresses both the multi-touch erratic response and GPS instability for the Nexus 7 2 users.
The arithmetic is flattered, however, by the base effects provided by 2012's erratic numbers.
Small scale business owners in Serrekunda, the largest town in Gambia, told PANA on Wednesday that their production was impeded by the erratic electricity supply in the Kanifing Municipality.
They determined there were no indications that pictographs or petroglyphs existed on the Glenwood Erratic.
DERECK CHISORA'S trainer Don Charles believes the British public will grow to love a fighter whose erratic behaviour could be partly down to autism.
The new system uses advanced technology to analyse driver performance and issues a warning if the driver shows signs of drowsiness or erratic steering.
Summary: Speed cameras can cause erratic driving by motorists, according to a new survey.
erRATic--the pet RAT called ERIC had ERRATIC behaviour
Among all types of executives, erratic executives are prone to generating their own minefields or, more likely, failing to recognize existing or potential pitfalls.