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synonyms for aberrational

  • aberrant
  • aberrative
  • errant
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How to use aberrational in a sentence

There’s a chance, of course, that we’ll look back a month or three from now and be able to write off Griffin’s ugly 4-for-14 game Sunday as an aberration in an otherwise good season.
THE PISTONS’ PROBLEM ISN’T THEIR OFFSEASON MOVES, IT’S THEIR STRUGGLING VETERANSCHRIS HERRING (CHRIS.HERRING@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)JANUARY 4, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
While 2020 may have been a particularly extreme year in contrast to individual years in the past, scientifically and looking forward, what’s more meaningful is that 2020 was not really an aberration.
2020 WAS A YEAR OF CLIMATE EXTREMES. WHAT CAN WE EXPECT IN 2021?CIARA NUGENTDECEMBER 31, 2020TIME
Shur added, “Kevin’s conduct, while serious, was an aberration in a life otherwise characterized by hard work, determination, and dedication to the service of others.”
U.S. SEEKS PRISON TIME FOR EX-FBI LAWYER WHO PLEADED GUILTY TO ALTERING EMAIL IN RUSSIA PROBESPENCER HSUDECEMBER 4, 2020WASHINGTON POST
There is, however, a still graver and quite insuperable distinction between the parallactic path and the aberrational path.
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WORDS RELATED TO ABERRATIONAL

  • aberrant
  • aberrational
  • aberrative
  • errant
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