Learning English

Word: Aberrant

Aberrant [Adjective]

Sentence: Aberrant erotic development is often fostered by traumatic family and social experiences, and becomes solidified in fantasy, dreams and sometimes sex acts, during adolescence when a floodtide of sexual feelings naturally emerges, said Dr. Money.  (Source: www.nytimes.com)

Meaning: Deviating from an accepted standard

How To Remember?

Aberrant” should remind you of an “ant” which has “erred“, that is an ant which has taken a different route not following the lines of his group!


Atypical; Anomalous; Deviant; Untypical.


Normal; Regular; Standard; Typical.

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