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erratic
used in The Bourne Identity

6 uses
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Definition
irregular or unpredictable
  • Her eyes were riveted on it, her lips parted, her breath erratic.
    Chapter 5 (58% in)
  • The streets were crowded, automobiles and pedestrians vying for supremacy at every intersection, the red and green signals erratic and interminable.
    Chapter 7 (6% in)
  • His breathing erratic, the killer let the gun fall.
    Chapter 8 (80% in)
  • She stood motionless, looking at him, her face pale and frightened, her breathing erratic, an audible mixture of fear and anger.
    Chapter 18 (67% in)
  • They walked rapidly within the erratic ebb and flow of the crowds until they reached the boulevard Malesherbes ten blocks away, and another telephone booth, this with a different exchange from the first.
    Chapter 23 (96% in)
  • She was at least three hundred feet away, but Bourne felt he could almost hear the erratic gasping for breath that accompanied the hesitant movements of the once regal figure stepping forward in the sunlight.
    Chapter 29 (24% in)

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