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

  • And, the different ratios of men and women researchers in other fields would be the aberrancy. Elizabeth H. Blackburn - Interview
  • The tears that Lesley cries are the secretions of chance, of her blindness to its aberrancy, and they wash her adolescent eyes with stinging hindsight. BREAKFAST WITH SOCRATES
  • This was an aberrancy that was stopped almost five months ago.
  • Because the majority of our population perceives addiction as an aberrancy that applies to “somebody else” (these days, itself a sure sign of hubris), only a very small percentage of Americans understand the 12 Step programs as a process. The Structural Nuts and Bolts of The Great Leveling, Revisited
  • But they exhibit some notable aberrancy.
  • One of these authors had been a resident under Kulko - As a resident conducting research with Kuklo, Andersen said he noticed "an aberrancy in typical research" that involved "discarding inconsistent findings which did not fit his hypothesis. When the Mentor Goes Rogue
  • * Indeed, the relative paucity of genetic aberrancy in this leukemia may be one reason that this tumor is so easily felled by cytotoxic chemotherapy. The Emperor of All Maladies
  • Three years is too short a time to address that deep-seated aberrancy.
  • The latter explanation appears more plausible, because only 12 of 25 cases displayed this aberrancy.
  • An aberrancy in the pharynx cannot yet be ruled out.
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