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aberrant

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishaberranta‧ber‧rant /ˈæbərənt, əˈberənt/ adjective formal  NORMALnot usual or normal syn abnormal aberrant behaviour
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aberrantSo-called aberrant behavior, in particular lesbian and homosexual behavior, was shown to have a natural precedent and a genetic basis.aberrant behaviorYou figure you've got a handle on all but the most aberrant human behaviour.Now, this tree is aberrant in that it has two trunks.The younger the age-group among the children found attractive, the more aberrant the impulse must be regarded.
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