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But the testimony is scarcely ever found to stand that test, in cases in which the anomaly is not real.
"Your speech is an anomaly, Mr. Mole," responded Jack, mimicking the voice of his tutor in his happiest manner.
A man possessed of a new idea is an anomaly, a something that may not be impossible, but which has never appeared.
But the Maine law, which permits the importation of liquor into the state, whilst it prohibits its sale, is a useless anomaly.
A giant with the tastes and disposition of a schoolgirl was an anomaly in a Swiss village.
Here we have the amazing anomaly of the rulers of a “free” people actually appointing their potential successors!
Even wise men seem to run special risks when they discourse on Shakspere: Emerson's essay has its own anomaly.
MONTAIGNE AND SHAKSPEREJOHN M. ROBERTSON
To make the anomaly all the greater, the religious part of this cult is founded on a palpable sham.
Still, there could be no anomaly of Nick's that wouldn't impose itself on his younger sister.
THE TRAGIC MUSEHENRY JAMES
The censorship indeed is an absurd anomaly, the sole irresponsible and secret authority which remains in English legislation.
THE ENGLISH STAGEAUGUSTIN FILON

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boondogglenoun | [boon-dog-uh l, -daw-guh l]SEE DEFINITION