About The Word Abnormality

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Abnormality

Abnormality Meaning & Definition
Abnormality Definition And Meaning

What's The Definition Of Abnormality?

[n] behavior that breaches the rule or etiquette or custom or morality
[n] marked strangeness as a consequence of being abnormal
[n] retardation sufficient to fall outside the normal range of intelligence
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Synonyms | Synonyms for Abnormality: abnormal condition | abnormalcy | freakishness | irregularity | mental defectiveness

Related Terms | Find terms related to Abnormality: aberrance | aberrancy | aberration | acute disease | affection | affliction | ailment | alienation | allergic disease | allergy | anomaly | atrophy | bacterial disease | birth defect | blight | brain damage | brainsickness | cardiovascular disease | chronic disease | circulatory disease | clouded mind | complaint | complication | conceit | condition | congenital defect | conversation piece | crackpotism | crank | crankiness | crankism | craziness | criminality | crotchet | crotchetiness | curio | curiosity | daftness | defect | deficiency disease | deformity | degenerative disease | delinquency | dementedness | dementia | derangement | deviance | deviancy | deviation | differentness | disability | disease | disorder | disorientation | distemper | distortion | distraction | divergence | dottiness | eccentricity | endemic | endemic disease | endocrine disease | epidemic disease | erraticism | erraticness | exception | folie | freakiness | freakishness | functional disease | fungus disease | furor | gastrointestinal disease | genetic disease | handicap | hereditary disease | iatrogenic disease | idiocrasy | idiosyncrasy | illegality | illness | improbability | improperness | impropriety | inadmissibility | inapplicability | inappositeness | inappropriateness | inaptitude | inaptness | incorrectness | indecorousness | indecorum | indisposition | infectious disease | infelicity | infirmity | infraction | insaneness | insanity | irrationality | irregularity | irrelevance | irrelevancy | kink | loss of mind | loss of reason | lunacy | madness | maggot | maladjustment | malady | malaise | malformation | mania | mannerism | mental deficiency | mental derangement | mental disease | mental disorder | mental disturbance | mental illness | mental instability | mental sickness | mesalliance | mind overthrown | mindsickness | misalliance | misjoinder | misjoining | mismatch | morbidity | morbus | muscular disease | museum piece | neurological disease | nonconformity | nonesuch | nutritional disease | occupational disease | oddity | oddness | organic disease | pandemic disease | pathological condition | pathology | peculiarity | pixilation | plant disease | possession | prodigiosity | prodigy | protozoan disease | psychosomatic disease | queerness | quip | quirk | quirkiness | rabidness | rarity | reasonlessness | respiratory disease | rockiness | secondary disease | seediness | senselessness | shattered mind | sick mind | sickishness | sickness | signs | sinfulness | singularity | strange thing | strangeness | symptomatology | symptomology | symptoms | syndrome | the pip | trick | twist | unbalance | unbalanced mind | uncommonness | unconformity | uncongeniality | unconventionality | unfitness | unfittingness | unlawfulness | unnaturalness | unrighteousness | unsaneness | unseemliness | unsound mind | unsoundness | unsoundness of mind | unsuitability | unusualness | urogenital disease | violation | virus disease | wasting disease | whim | whimsicality | whimsy | wickedness | witlessness | worm disease | wrong | wrongfulness | wrongness

See Also | aberrance | aberrancy | aberration | abrachia | acardia | acephalia | acephalism | acephaly | acorea | acromicria | acromikria | acromphalus | amastia | aneuploidy | anomalousness | anomaly | anorchia | anorchidism | anorchism | arrested development | asynclitism | atresia | atypicality | backwardness | brachydactylia | brachytactyly | condition | cryptorchidism | cryptorchidy | cryptorchism | cyclopia | deviance | deviance | deviated septum | deviation | dextrocardia | dysplasia | ectrodactyly | erethism | feeblemindedness | fetal distress | fixation | foetal distress | gynecomastia | hepatomegaly | heterotaxy | hydatid mole | hydatidiform mole | hydramnios | hydrocephalus | hydrocephaly | hypervitaminosis | hypospadias | infantile fixation | infantilism | inversion | irritation | lagophthalmos | macrencephaly | macrocephaly | megacephaly | megalocephaly | megalohepatia | mental abnormality | mental retardation | microbrachia | microcephalus | microcephaly | misbehavior | misbehaviour | misdeed | molar pregnancy | nanocephaly | nanophthalmos | obliquity | pachycheilia | palmature | phimosis | pneumothorax | progeria | regression | retardation | retroflection | retroflexion | retroversion | sequela | slowness | spinal curvature | status | strangeness | subnormality | subnormality | transposition | unfamiliarity | untypicality

Abnormality In Webster's Dictionary

\Ab`nor*mal"i*ty\, n.; pl. {Abnormalities}. 1. The state or quality of being abnormal; variation; irregularity. --Darwin. 2. Something abnormal.

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