aberrated

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

Definition of aberrated

Examples of aberrated in a Sentence

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

Origin and Etymology of aberrated

past participle of aberrate “to cause an aberration in,” borrowed from Latin aberrātus, past participle of aberrāre “to wander away, stray” — more at 1aberrant


First Known Use: 1786


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