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aberrant straying from what is normal or usual; atypical; anomalous. [1/2 definitions]
aberration a deviation from what is considered normal or right; irregularity. [2/3 definitions]
abnormal different from the normal or usual; not typical. (Cf. irregular.)
accepted generally regarded as normal, right, or correct; approved; recognized.
activity normal mental or physical functioning. [1/4 definitions]
anastrophe reversal of the normal sentence structure or word order, as in the sentence "To the battlefield rode they".
anuresis partial or total failure of the kidneys to produce and secrete urine, or blockage which inhibits normal urine excretion.
basal the lowest normal level of. [1/3 definitions]
bell-shaped curve a graphic representation of a statistically normal frequency distribution, which resembles the outline of a bell; bell curve.
bentonite either of two clays that are formed by the decomposition of volcanic ash, and that are very absorptive and capable of expanding to several times their normal volume.
breathy marked by intentional or unintentional expiration of air that softens or otherwise alters the normal timbre of a wind instrument. [1/2 definitions]
callback a request to a worker to return to work, esp. after a layoff or after normal working hours. [1/3 definitions]
cardiology the medical study of the heart, its normal functioning, and its diseases.
chiropractic a system of healing in which manipulation of the spinal column and other body structures is used to restore normal nerve function and thus good health.
cold having a body temperature below normal. [1/7 definitions]
complement a heat-sensitive substance in normal blood serum and plasma that, in combination with antibodies, destroys antigens. [1/7 definitions]
contrabass with a pitch an octave below the normal bass. [1/4 definitions]
cram to force entry beyond normal capacity; jam. [1/8 definitions]
dead lacking normal life functions; not alive. [1/16 definitions]
decompress gradually to return (a person such as a diver who has been under compression) to normal air pressure. [1/3 definitions]
degeneracy the process of declining, or condition of having declined, from an elevated position, or below a normal or desired state. [1/2 definitions]