Definition of erraticism in English:

erraticism

Pronunciation /iˈratiˌsizəm/

noun

See erratic

‘Is it a degree of erraticism to just fire your defense team, fire your security guards, then new security guards were hired, then they were fired, then a new team brought in.’
  • ‘But his brilliance was often offset by his erraticism, and this erraticism infuriated her.’
  • ‘Such erraticism and frivolity is very evident in the American coverage of the economy.’