aberrant

[ uh-ber-uhnt, ab-er- ]SEE DEFINITION OF aberrant

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It means that only the parent, which is presumably not immortal, is aberrant.

The aberrant forms then cease to be, and the mores become uniform.

If there has been inheritance here, marked and aberrant variation is also observed.

Besides the Lemurs the group includes the aberrant Tarsius and Chiromys.

It is, like the Wombat, aberrant in the lack of an obvious tail.

The former is guided by physical force, and the extinction of the aberrant.

It works for a time, and even for life in the case of incomplete and aberrant women.

The same truth is to be witnessed in aberrant types of character.

The designs represented in plate clvii are aberrant bird forms.

In figure 293 there is an aberrant form of design in which the triangle is used in combination with parallel and oblique bands.

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