Definitions for "Aberrant"
Wandering; straying from the right way.
Deviating from the ordinary or natural type; exceptional; abnormal.
Something that deviates from what is considered normal.
Fasciculation Paralysis
Ganglia Paralysis
Keywords:  penicillamine
Keywords:  ophthalmology
Term used to describe an atypical plumage, structural characteristic, or behavior in an animal or plant. Many martin landlords mistakenly believe that they have one or more Purple Martins that return to their colony sites, year after year, with aberrant white wing feathers. In reality, all Purple Martins have patches of white flank feathers that stick up conspicuously behind the wings during certain conditions of feature erection.
Aberrant is a role-playing game created by White Wolf Game Studio in 1999, set in 2008 A.D. in a world where super-powered humans started appearing one day in 1998. It's the middle setting in the greater Trinity Universe timeline, chronologically situated about 90 years after Adventure!, White Wolf's Pulp era game, and several decades before the psionic escapades of Trinity/Aeon. The game deals with how the players' meta-human characters (called novas) fit into a mundane world when they most definitely are not mundane, as well as how the mundane populace react to the sudden emergence of novas.
Keywords:  overdose
Keywords:  paraplegia, epidemic
Epidemic Paraplegia
Keywords:  heterozygote
Keywords:  exostoses, neutrophil
Exostoses Neutrophil
one whose behavior departs substantially from the norm of a group
markedly different from an accepted norm; "aberrent behavior"; "deviant ideas"
a person whose behavior departs substantially from the standard.
Extracellular Palliative
Keywords:  fistula, pancreatic
Fistula Pancreatic
Keywords:  erythritol, pathogen
Erythritol Pathogen
Keywords:  genitourinary, pancreas
Genitourinary Pancreas
Keywords:  prophylaxis, heartburn
Heartburn Prophylaxis
Keywords:  hemorrhage, polyethylene
Hemorrhage Polyethylene
Keywords:  hydrolysis, precursor
Hydrolysis Precursor
Keywords:  osteoclasts, facial
Facial Osteoclasts
Keywords:  genotype, phenotype
Genotype Phenotype
Keywords:  posterior
not normally patterned or colored, indifferent, irregular.