Definition of aberrantly in English:



See aberrant

‘A few aberrantly high months can make a sizeable contribution to the total number of offences in a year.’
  • ‘Their luminescent lycra outfits in outlandish combinations of primary colours are aberrantly bright.’
  • ‘‘It is quite clear that he behaved aberrantly in this moment,’ his barrister told the court after the verdicts.’
  • ‘We know now that the aberrantly low mutation frequency observed was caused by an inability to utilize lactose.’
  • ‘For example, huge databases have been established of genes that are aberrantly regulated in cancers.’