If there is in fact no such, he is, in his high attainment, almost a lusus naturae.
Among the lower classes, lusus naturae (a Latin phrase which signifies objects or frights) are very common.
I may mention here that male kangaroos are sometimes found provided with pouches; but these, I conceive, are lusus Naturae.
If I do not mistake, there is no such thing as a black lynx, except as a lusus naturae.
“My cousins,” she remarked, putting a touch on the cow that stamped that animal a lusus naturae for all time coming.
Poor Milly became scarlet, and suddenly devoted herself to the lusus naturae!
The palm tree seems a kind of lusus naturae to the northern eye—an exotic wherever you meet it.
The semblance of a human face to be formed on the side of a mountain, or in the fracture of a small stone, by a lusus naturae.
The gossips all turn from the task of nibbling one another, and the character of the lusus naturae becomes public property.