Definition of aberrance in English:

aberrance

Pronunciation /ˈab(ə)rəns/ /ˈæb(ə)rəns/ /əˈberəns/ /əˈbɛrəns/

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noun

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‘It would be a mistake to dismiss the Satanic panic as a freakish aberrance, however.’
  • ‘Is it assumed that the south's decision to break away is a mere temporary aberrance?’
  • ‘He explored a few career choices, including one as a rodeo cowboy, a notable aberrance considering he was raised in Brooklyn.’
  • ‘Let's hope this represents an aberrance, not a trend.’
  • ‘Obviously, in our submission, it would embrace the notion of something more deep seated than an aberrance.’