Definition of Erratically. Meaning of Erratically. Synonyms of Erratically

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Definition of Erratically

Erratically
Erratical Er*rat"ic*al, a. Erratic. -- Er*rat"ic*al*ly, adv. -- Er*rat"ic*al*ness, n.

Meaning of Erratically from wikipedia

- Look up erratic in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Erratic may refer to: Erratic, a project of music artist Jan Robbe Glacial erratic, a piece of rock...
- A glacial erratic is glacially deposited rock differing from the type of rock native to the area in which it rests. Erratics, which take their name from...
- Erratic Cinematic is the debut studio album by the Scottish singer-songwriter and acoustic guitarist Gerry Cinnamon. It was released on 28 September 2017...
- The erratic ant (Tapinoma errati****) is a species of doli****rine ant first described in 1789 by Latreille. This species ranges throughout Central Europe...
- Erratic Point is a small, moss-covered point at the head of South West Bay, 1.3 nautical miles (2.4 km) northeast of Cape Gazert, on the west side of...
- The Norber erratics are one of the finest groups of glacial erratic boulders in Britain. They are found on the southern slopes of Ingleborough, close to...
- Nardevitz Erratic (German: Findling Nardevitz), also called the Great Rock of Nardewitz (Großer Stein von Nardevitz), is one of the largest glacial erratics in...
- sizeable and enthusiastic crowd. In September, he released his first album Erratic Cinematic, funded via the PledgeMusic platform and produced by Chris Marshall...
- Big Rock (also known as either Okotoks Erratic or, in Blackfoot, as Okotok) is a 16,500-tonne (18,200-ton) boulder that lies on the otherwise flat, relatively...
- The Lawrence Lake erratic is a glacial erratic boulder near Lake Lawrence in Thurston County, Washington. The boulder is about 15 feet (4.6 m) tall. Lake...