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abnormality a deviant or atypical thing, event, or phenomenon; anomaly; aberration. [1/2 definitions]
account a statement of the causes or reasons behind some action, event, or phenomenon. [1/12 definitions]
algebra the structural workings of a complex phenomenon. [1/2 definitions]
electricity a physical phenomenon caused by the movement of certain charged particles such as electrons, esp. between points having different electrical charges, and seen in naturally occurring phenomena such as lightning and magnetic attraction and repulsion. [2/4 definitions]
enigma a puzzling, seemingly contradictory, or mysterious phenomenon, statement, drawing, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
epidemic a rapid spread or growth of some phenomenon. [1/4 definitions]
epiphenomenon a phenomenon that appears to be related to a more important one. [1/2 definitions]
glitch an irregular, unusual, or unexpected phenomenon. [1/2 definitions]
phenomena a pl. of phenomenon.
rebirth a major recurrence, as of a phenomenon; revival. [1/3 definitions]
restless in constant motion, as a natural phenomenon. [1/5 definitions]
spectrum an array of a physical system or phenomenon according to the magnitude of one of its properties such as mass or wavelength, esp. an array of light in the order of wavelengths that produces the rainbow. [1/2 definitions]
superphenomenon combined form of phenomenon.
symptom an abnormal phenomenon caused by and indicating a disease or disorder. [1/2 definitions]
synesthesia a phenomenon in which a stimulus applied to one part of the body causes a sensation in another, as when a smell produces the visualization of a prior experience.