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noun as in aberration

noun as in strangeness

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Part 3 gives us an explanation for that weird off-note of Martin and Liam.

From Vox

Big cities in the middle of the night, in that four- or five-hour timeframe, is such a weird vibe anyway.

From Eater

It’s one of the weirdest things I’ve ever seen on TV, only a couple of steps above public-access television but with just high enough production values to make you wonder why it’s not better than it is.

From Vox

The atmospheric light show nicknamed STEVE may be even weirder than skywatchers thought.

People are concerned about weird contact in species in the wildlife trade—but the biggest risks are climate change and land use.

You now had jokes in common, passions, dreams, and that you had a weirdness of your own that she actually wanted to understand.

Where do you feel the weirdness of your latest collection came from?

Of course, it could be hard to see that logic through all the lavish weirdness of the proposal.

The first is to describe planets in our galaxy in all their weirdness and wonder.

But despite its popularity, Reddit manages to retain a glorious, dark, unabashed weirdness that positively thrives there.

Craig felt the weirdness of the scene as he and Guru started down the side of the mountain.

I have never seen what purposed to be such a skin, but repeat the story if only for its Oriental weirdness.

Now the men began to speak in whispers, for the silence and weirdness of the fog quieted us all.

She'll do, now she has got away from her depressing relations; and the touch of weirdness in her expression is an improvement.

I recall our coming out of the theatre; our minds thrilling to the music and the subtle weirdness of the theme.


On this page you'll find 230 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to weirdness, such as: oddity, peculiarity, quirk, delusion, eccentricity, and strangeness.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.