1. a state or condition markedly different from the norm
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How To Use aberrance In A Sentence

  • Early conditioning in this household setting will produce later aberrance, guaranteed. "Sperm cells created from female embryo."
  • He said this clinically, casually, as if noting a statistical aberrance he hoped to study in his spare time. Skinned
  • Is it assumed that the south's decision to break away is a mere temporary aberrance?
  • It is a more important effect that the electromagnetic pollution may accelerate germ plasm aberrance. It leads to the confusion of biothythm and illness.
  • For all its over-the-top aberrance and brash transgressiveness, GTA IV doesn't really wrestle with the radiant feverish nightmare labyrinth that post-9/11 America has become. 'Grand,' but No 'Godfather'
  • Ask Huck at what end of the spectrum of aberrance lies the act of knifing and stoning a stray dog to death as it swings by it's legs hung from a tree. Huckabee Adviser Clarifies Remark About Homosexuality And Necrophilia: They're Both "Aberrant Behavior," But They're At "Opposite Ends Of The Spectrum"
  • Let's hope this represents an aberrance, not a trend.
  • It would be a mistake to dismiss the Satanic panic as a freakish aberrance, however.
  • A lot of people associate a taste for grindhouse movies with the tiresome condescension of the 'so-bad-it's-good' ethos, but Tarantino understands the aesthetics of aberrance that animated the explorations of so-called trash hounds. GreenCine Daily: Grindhouse, 4/4.
  • It would be a mistake to dismiss the Satanic panic as a freakish aberrance, however.
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