[ UK /ɐbˈɛɹənt/ ]
[ US /æˈbɛɹənt/ ]
[ US /æˈbɛɹənt/ ]
- one whose behavior departs substantially from the norm of a group
markedly different from an accepted norm
How To Use aberrant In A Sentence
- Lobefins today have dwindled to the lungfishes and the coelacanths ‘dwindled’ as ‘fish’, that is, but mightily expanded on land: we land vertebrates are aberrant lungfish. THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH
- We incidentally found that STAT1C overexpression cause aberrant STAT activation in LL2 cells. Further studies on the underlying mechanisms may explore a novel regulatory system of JAK/STAT pathway.
- And that, give or take a few sequences depicting extreme and aberrant weather conditions around the globe, is it.
- Epilepsy refers to recurrent seizures that reflect aberrant electrical activity of cerebral cortical neurons.
- Indeed, it was aberrant of him to accept the job and downright silly of the government to appoint him.
- Felipe Calderon went on Twitter to express dismay over what he called an "aberrant act of terror and barbarity. News - latimes.com
- Conclusion: Over - expression of Smad 7 may contribute to formation of aberrant hyperplastic epidermis in seborrheic keratosis.
- Their basic presumption is that there is one correct way to believe (usually the one they share), and they presume that anyone not sharing that belief is aberrant, and legislate accordingly. The Volokh Conspiracy » Does the Supposedly Superior Expertise of Regulators Justify Libertarian Paternalism?
- Rather th! an medit ative of people as normal or aberrant it is better for us to consider either an people thoughts as great as behaviours have been helpful as great as adaptive to their worldly as great as devout great being as great as happiness. Archive 2009-11-01
- Soss City possessed no centre, no spot where citizens might gather, should they be seized by such an aberrant desire. SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFE