Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of aberrancy.

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Examples

  • As we slide today into being a society with increasing lost businesses and jobs, some extrapolations of a few of the aberrancies already here can be expanded:

    The Great Leveling, Phase 1

  • To him, this was the stuff of garden-variety porn, the fuel of the psychopathic minds that feed on fantasies of sexual aberrancies and violence.

    POSTMORTEM

  • To him, this was the stuff of garden-variety porn, the fuel of the psychopathic minds that feed on fantasies of sexual aberrancies and violence.

    POSTMORTEM

  • To him, this was the stuff of garden-variety porn, the fuel of the psychopathic minds that feed on fantasies of sexual aberrancies and violence.

    POSTMORTEM

  • To him, this was the stuff of garden-variety porn, the fuel of the psychopathic minds that feed on fantasies of sexual aberrancies and violence.

    POSTMORTEM

  • People seemed to have forgotten that he had ever shown any awkward aberrancies: and he daily mounted to the parapets and copings of colleges he could never enter, and renewed the crumbling freestones of mullioned windows he would never look from, as if he had known no wish to do otherwise.

    Jude the Obscure

  • People seemed to have forgotten that he had ever shown any awkward aberrancies: and he daily mounted to the parapets and copings of colleges he could never enter, and renewed the crumbling freestones of mullioned windows he would never look from, as if he had known no wish to do otherwise.

    Jude the Obscure

  • It’s set in a magical America circa 1876, and features stones of power expelled by the consciousness of the earth, biomechanical flying machines, the transcontinental railroad, blood-sorcery, huge slavering slimy beasts called aberrancies, and, of course, young love.

    Bringing it «

  • It’s set in a magical America circa 1876, and features stones of power expelled by the consciousness of the earth, biomechanical flying machines, the transcontinental railroad, blood-sorcery, huge slavering slimy beasts called aberrancies, and, of course, young love.

    2010 January «

  • And all that dimwit Hume can come up with is that Clinton’s sexual aberrancies weren’t really all that bad.

    Think Progress » Hume Compares Mark Foley To President Clinton

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