Similar words: operation, migration, AND operation, reparation, separation, celebration, frustration, integration. Meaning: [‚æbə'reɪʃn] n. 1. a state or condition markedly different from the norm 2. a disorder in one's mental state 3. an optical phenomenon resulting from the failure of a lens or mirror to produce a good image.
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1. In a moment of aberration, she agreed to go with him.
2. Owing to a strange mental aberration he forgot his own name.
3. A childless woman was regarded as an aberration, almost a social outcast.
4. That last kiss had been a mistake, an aberration.
5. Some temporary psychological aberration, perhaps?
6. There is much here that is holy, an aberration in the heartland of the real.
7. A popular aberration has a light yellow exterior with towelling striped innards.
8. It looks increasingly like an aberration in the history of humanity.
9. And any such aberration includes a nervous disposition toward children.
10. This is fashionably dismissed as a sentimental modern aberration, but it is how I read the figure.
11. The views expressed by Rice were not an aberration; they were a reflection of the Bush camp's views.
12. Aberration, if it occurred, was not recorded, and the female line took second place.
13. The losses this year are an aberration, and the company will continue to grow.
14. The Tories regard it as an aberration that would be catastrophic for Britain's system of government.
15. It became very clear that the incident was not just an aberration, it was not just a single incident.
16. I'm sorry I'm late - I had a mental aberration and forgot we had a meeting today.
17. This state of affairs is not, I think, an aberration[sentencedict.com], but is inevitable in the structures of higher education.
18. The lending policies of the Inyo County Bank were as much of an aberration as its owners.
19. He denounced democracy as a psychopathic expression of inferiority and compromise as an aberration that must be crushed out of existence.
20. He saw the omission as a symptom of a temporary aberration.
21. Their analysis is: get real, the high electoral turnouts and mass parties of the postwar period were an aberration.
22. The outbreak of violence in this area was therefore widely presented as an aberration.
23. Further investigations are needed to determine if also this aberration is specific for ulcerative colitis.
24. Philosophy and religion Locke and the sense of sight Locke's philistinism was in no sense an aberration.
25. All this makes a complex pattern(Sentencedict.com), but complex in therapy only if one does not know the source of aberration.
26. I think that in years to come they are bound to be looked back on as an aberration.
27. Thatcherism was widely viewed at the time as a mad right-wing aberration which the people would not stand for long.
28. In light of his often-brilliant and incident-free 1995-96 season, the previous year was quickly ruled an aberration.
29. To succeed in your mission, you must have single-minded devotion to your goal. Individuals like myself are often called "workaholics". I question this term because that implies a pathological condition or an illness. If I do what I desire more than anything else in the world and which makes me happy, such work can never be an aberration. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
30. His was the first attempt to explain Stalinism as an aberration through the forms of Marxist analysis itself.
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