Meaning of anomalousness in English:



See anomalous

‘‘To imagine oneself a gypsy,’ she writes, ‘is to escape, in some sense, from conventional femininity; it is also to claim kinship with those who mirror and explain one's anomalousness’.’
  • ‘It shows the degree of anomalousness with respect to best fitting class at each location.’
  • ‘Our design maintains records of event likelihood, from which we approximate the anomalousness of a given packet.’
  • ‘Here the anomalousness or asymmetry of the parabola is much less apparent - indeed the circle would seem a more obvious choice in the ‘one of these things is not like the others’ game.’
  • ‘It is a text whose supposed anomalousness has often caused it to be read out of context - or not to be read at all.’