anomaly

[ uh-nom-uh-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF anomaly

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What an anomaly in political architecture, to build an inverted pyramid!

His position is virtually an anomaly and he himself, a mere figure-head.

To test this anomaly, use should be made of Landolt's apparatus (Fig. 36).

That other anomaly, a man of inherited wealth, is disgusting to the anarchist.

His amusing vindication of the anomaly is worthy of a perusal.

This anomaly was present in several of the maternal ancestors of the woman.

It was an anomaly that gold should be produced in this region.

The only citizen to whom I suggested the anomaly merely said, "Well, why not?"

This organization is an anomaly in the history of the world.

The expression is neat and vigorous, but not precise; so I have christened him the Anomaly.

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