46 deg; erratic
boulders have, also, been noticed on the Rocky Mountains.
and Ishmael Bush, viator, or erratic
husbandman," he said, endeavouring to avoid all offence in the use of terms, "I am not disposed to deny.
The train continued its erratic
progress, sometimes stopping altogether for a time, with whistle blowing repeatedly; sometimes creeping along the metals as though feeling its way to safety.
She made the sombre crowd cheerful by her erratic
and glistening ray, even as a bird of bright plumage illuminates a whole tree of dusky foliage by darting to and fro, half seen and half concealed amid the twilight of the clustering leaves.
Each pedestrian could see no halo but his or her own, which never deserted the head-shadow, whatever its vulgar unsteadiness might be; but adhered to it, and persistently beautified it; till the erratic
motions seemed an inherent part of the irradiation, and the fumes of their breathing a component of the night's mist; and the spirit of the scene, and of the moonlight, and of Nature, seemed harmoniously to mingle with the spirit of wine.
We wondered why those parties happened to take their dinners at such erratic
and extraordinary hours, for we never called at a time when an exemplary Christian would be in the least likely to be abroad on such an errand.
There was little change in the formation of the gorge; it still wound its erratic
course between precipitous cliffs.