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aberrated

adjective ab·er·rat·ed \ˈa-bə-ˌrā-təd\

Definition of ABERRATED

:  aberrant

Examples of ABERRATED

  1. <you may have taken an aberrated path to the correct answer, but you got there>

Origin of ABERRATED

Latin aberratus, past participle of aberrare
First Known Use: 1893

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