Examples of subnormal in a Sentence
subnormal levels of vitamin C
people who are subnormal in insulin production
Recent Examples of subnormal from the Web
Snow flurries could last into Monday, the cold staying through Tuesday with a temperature rebound of sorts into the still subnormal 50s by the middle of next week.
An amplified jet stream pattern that has brought subnormal temperatures to eastern portions of North America and unseasonable warmth to the West is forecast to continue much of the workweek.
Sunday marked our fifth straight day of subnormal readings.
Resulting northwest wind flow will bring to the area temperatures more typical of mid-May, making this the only weekend this month with subnormal readings.
Everybody knew that comics were for children and for intellectually subnormal people, whereas graphic novel sounds like a much more sophisticated proposition.
Another day of subnormal temperatures is slated for Monday before winds shift to a west-to-east orientation.
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SUBNORMAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of subnormal for English Language Learners
: lower or smaller than normal
: having less of something than is normal
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