Word – Aberration
Aberration – Word of the Day
[noun]: A non-acceptable, untypical way or action of behaving.
[verb]: Deviating or diverging from the expected path.
[adjective]: To divert from the acceptable standard.
The first mention of this word dates back to the late 16th century. It is a combination of two words from Latin – aberrare, meaning “to stray.” While aberratio is another version of aberrare; together, they formed aberration.
1. Verb examples – aberrate:
1. Do not aberrate from your goal of achieving your bucket list.
2. The personality traits between these two sisters may aberrate.
3. With this new bill, the government aberrated from the purpose of spreading harmony.
4. Don’t be an aberrate with your teachers, they want only the best thing for you.
2. Noun examples – aberration:
1. Pursuing anything that isn’t counted in your bucket list will be an aberration.
2. Their life decisions could be based on the aberrations that make their personalities differ.
3. With the new bill, not thinking of harmony is an aberration by the government’s end.
4. When it comes to studies, your aberration can hamper the performance in annual examinations.
3. Adjective examples – aberrant:
1. Ensuring that you get to accomplish the purpose of your life is not aberrant.
2. They are not aberrant individuals but siblings.
3. The country’s citizens are aberrant of this new law.
4. It is a high time that you stop being aberrant toward the teachers and start taking your studies seriously if you wish to achieve excellence.