[ UK /ɐnˈɒmələs/ ]
[ US /əˈnɑməɫəs/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. deviating from the general or common order or type
    advanced forms of life may be anomalous in the universe
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How To Use anomalous In A Sentence

  • Nevertheless the anomalousness of aesthetics is worth thinking about in its own right. Aesthetic Judgment
  • The beacon was surrounded by an anomalously flat area about 100 meters in diameter; anyone going for the beacon would be completely exposed for the last few seconds, an easy target for a concealed marksman.
  • Time and again voting systems around the world have thrown up anomalous results. Times, Sunday Times
  • There was some sort of anomalous weather pattern that went through eastern Pennsylvania.
  • We convinced ourselves we had been substituted in some way, so anomalous did it seem that we had emerged from these parents. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is my total albeit, naive-sounding, to nihilists masquerading as realists belief that there is remedy to this incident; the Iranian government can make this happen without appearing to have equivocated, and frankly, without appearing as anomalous in their imprisonment of artists, because again, history is far too rife with such instances, the world over. Michael Vazquez: On The Imprisonment of Iranian Filmmakers: A Moral Option For Iran and Any Government Presuming to Silence Its Artists
  • Far from emphasizing the distinctiveness of introspection, the Inner Sense model instead seeks to minimize the anomalousness and associated mystery of self-knowledge by construing introspection as fundamentally similar to perception. Self-Knowledge
  • Some of the physical incidents in haunts, including interference with electrical equipment and movement of objects with ferrite components, may also be due to anomalous electromagnetic conditions.
  • Furthermore, if ephemeris time is that measured in the “photonic” system, as it is in a certain suggested alternatives to GR, then the Pioneer spacecraft will appear to have an anomalous sunwards acceleration of cH or 6. 69×10-8 cm. sec-2; such an acceleration aP = (8. 74±1.33) ×10-8 cm. sec-2 is actually observed. Please Tell Me What “God” Means
  • Time and again voting systems around the world have thrown up anomalous results. Times, Sunday Times
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