aberrancy aberrancy n. 1. an aberrant state or condition. [1913 Webster]

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  • aberrancy — ab·er·ran·cy …   English syllables

  • aberrancy — noun a state or condition markedly different from the norm • Syn: ↑aberrance, ↑aberration, ↑deviance • Derivationally related forms: ↑deviant (for: ↑deviance), ↑aberrate ( …   Useful english dictionary

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