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  • verb Present participle of aberrate.


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  • The infection comes from an infestation, aberrating the mentalities of the human animal and distorting its view of the world.

    The bug's legs.

  • On the contrary, just because the other elements are so strong that they can be trusted to take care of themselves, it is expedient to give special countenance to the intellectual habits, which alone can check and rectify the constantly aberrating tendencies of sentiment on the one side, and custom on the other.

    On Compromise

  • He saw them through no aberrating mist of tenderness or expediency -- but with the single directness of the man of action.

    Sally Dows


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