Definition of 'aberrant'
Example sentences containing 'aberrant'
Soss City possessed no centre, no spot where citizens might gather, should they be seized by such an aberrant desire.SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFE (2001)
But he could not defend what he'd done to the de Braoses, could only put the memory from him, as an aberrant act, a tragic mistake.HERE BE DRAGONS (2001)
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