Adjective "aberrational" definition and examples

Definitions and examples

adjective

  1. 'Any process of organization is necessarily aberrational within the general economy.'
  2. 'Modern religious rhetoric is dilute and ineffectual, and where it isn't, it seems mad and aberrational.'
  3. 'I would strongly argue that the nineties were aberrational.'
  4. 'Not for once did she believe his aberrational humility would last against all his friends’ taunting.'

Definitions

1. the act of departing from the right, normal, or usual course.

2. the act of deviating from the ordinary, usual, or normal type.

3. deviation from truth or moral rectitude.

4. mental irregularity or disorder, especially of a minor or temporary nature; lapse from a sound mental state.

5. Astronomy. apparent displacement of a heavenly body, owing to the motion of the earth in its orbit.

6. Optics. any disturbance of the rays of a pencil of light such that they can no longer be brought

More examples(as adjective)

"tradings can be aberrational."

"markets can be aberrational."

"days can be aberrational."

Origin

(aberration)