anomalous

[ uh-nom-uh-luh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF anomalous

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It is not anomalous, but more like and not less like other men.

But how comes it, Phil, that they have never discovered their anomalous position?'

What was anomalous in my position had passed away with the next outward mail.

The appearance of these two girls in this earthy family was anomalous.

Difformis: irregular in form or outline: not comparable; anomalous.

A mongrel and anomalous species like the German Meerkatzen—monkey-cats.

Farrell stared in blank disbelief at the anomalous craft on the screen.

The position of the episcopal church was anomalous and perplexing.

She explained this anomalous proceeding to his grandmother privately.

Henry, the training-ship boy, occupies an anomalous classification.

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