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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishanomalousa‧nom‧a‧lous /əˈnɒmələs $ əˈnɑː-/ adjective formal  UNUSUALdifferent from what you expected to find a highly anomalous situation anomalous resultsanomalously adverb
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anomalousClaudius made two other arrangements which seem at first sight to be highly anomalous.Let it be agreed that the doctrine is anomalous.Consequently what does not fit neatly into existing experience is anomalous and apt to seem mystically dangerous.This phenomenon may also explain some of our anomalous fossil distributions and extinctions.The coincidence of those anomalous ideas was bound to upset many previously held notions about art and photography.This has the apparently anomalous result that both the policeman and the defendant are using force lawfully.In fact, the anomalous status gave him greater leeway.
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