aberration[ ab-uh-rey-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF aberration
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ABERRATION
Even in this aberration of his genius he served the progress of the world.
"So much is certain, that I am the victim of an aberration," he said.
But no sooner had it done so, than he understood it was an aberration on his part.
A simple rule will find the position of the star due to aberration.
Its position at a given time, independent of aberration and nutation.
He smiled in pity for my aberration, but he meant to be kind.
He had awakened as from a dream, after so many years of aberration of intellect.
I now see that every aberration of reason is possible to the Parisians.
Even a thinking machine must have its moments of aberration.
All fanaticism springs from an aberration of the mind, from a defect in reasoning.