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  • The expansion took only a couple of months, meaning that its speed was abnormal.
  • An abnormal foot position at birth was observed in only two.
  • Alvin takes his ship into space, towards an abnormal set of stars.
  • Either agency may request to use the line at abnormal times in case of a special event or emergency.
  • This abnormal growth usually but not always forms a mass.
  • She wins the gold, but has her medal taken away after she gives an abnormal response to a drug test.
  • People have tried to explain and control abnormal behavior for thousands of years.
  • These abnormal body movements can become permanent even after medication is stopped.
  • This allows assessment of both normal and abnormal blood flow through the heart.
  • Passman's research also points out that there is nothing abnormal about being attached to them.
  • Abnormal grain growth is when a few grains grow much larger than the remaining majority.
  • When trying to understand the causes of abnormal behavior, he saw many mentally ill people.
  • Sometimes the new teeth are forced to grow into an abnormal position and further cause a bad bite.
  • There has been one reported case of abnormal noises in the affected vehicles.
  • As a result of the experimentation, he has gained an abnormal fear of water.
  • People may also wear sunglasses to hide an abnormal appearance of their eyes.
  • It is not unusual in species that typically have five arms for some individuals to possess six or more through abnormal development.
  • A number is absolutely non-normal or absolutely abnormal if it is not simply normal in any base.
  • Most psychologists before him had been concerned with the abnormal and the ill.
  • In finance, an abnormal return is the difference between the actual return of a security and the expected return.
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Meaning of abnormal

  • adjective Not normal; not typical or usual or regular or conforming to a norm
    abnormal powers of concentration, abnormal amounts of rain, abnormal circumstances, an abnormal interest in food
  • adjective Departing from the normal in e.g. intelligence and development
    they were heartbroken when they learned their child was abnormal, an abnormal personality