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A replacement for the earlier anormal, from French anormal, Late Latin anormalus for Ancient Greek ἀνώμαλος (anōmalos), uneven, unequal).

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Abnormal (comparative more Abnormal, superlative most Abnormal)

Positive
Abnormal

Comparative
more Abnormal

Superlative
most Abnormal

  1. Not conforming to rule or system; deviating from the usual or normal type.
    • 1899, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, A Duet, ch. 6:
      And then after an abnormal meal, which was either a very late breakfast or a very early lunch, they drove on to Victoria Station.
  2. Of or pertaining to behaviour that deviates from norms of social propriety or accepted standards of mental health.
    • 1904, Jack London, The Sea Wolf, ch. 23:
      Furuseth was right; I was abnormal, an "emotionless monster," a strange bookish creature, capable of pleasuring in sensations only of the mind.

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Singular
Abnormal

Plural
Abnormals

Abnormal (plural Abnormals)
  1. A person or object that is not normal.

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Patrono:De-adj

  1. abnormal

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