abnormality

[ ab-nawr-mal-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF abnormality

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Or was it merely the usual aversion to being identified with abnormality?

Some abnormality is so terrifying that it seals the loosest lips.

Almost any deformity or abnormality these days is called mutantism.

I was in a world to myself, and the abnormality of it brought a mental shock.

I thought the child was a freak, an abnormality; and such things disgust me.

That would have been an abnormality calling for investigation.

We have insight into each other's abnormality, but are unaware of the same in ourselves.

The abnormality of his condition seemed just slightly alarming to her.

It must be normal in place, as it is so situated that it will admit of no abnormality.

He gave no reason to anyone for suspecting him of abnormality.

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