deviating from or inconsistent with the common order, form, or rule; ; abnormal:
Advanced forms of life may be anomalous in the universe.
not fitting into a common or familiar type, classification, or pattern; unusual:
He held an anomalous position in the art world.
incongruous or inconsistent.
Well, a lot of it has to do with how GDP is calculated and an anomalously high reading in the third quarter.
Why Wall Street Is Projecting Slower Growth Matthew Zeitlin December 5, 2012
In it a convoluted structure replaced and rendered intelligible the anomalously rifted mass seen by Bond in 1847.
A Popular History of Astronomy During the Nineteenth Century Agnes M. (Agnes Mary) Clerke
deviating from the normal or usual order, type, etc; irregular, abnormal, or incongruous
1640s, from Late Latin anomalus, from Greek anomalos “uneven, irregular” (see anomaly). Related: Anomalously; anomalousness.
- Anomc aphasia
anomc aphasia anomc aphasia anom·c aphasia n. See nominal aphasia.
the inability to name objects or to recognize the written or spoken names of objects. Historical Examples It has the same sort of calcified byssus as anomia, and also the hole to accommodate it in the smaller valve. The Sea-beach at Ebb-tide Augusta Foote Arnold The Terebratul are included in the genus anomia in the […]
anomer anomer an·o·mer (ān’ə-mər) n. A cyclic stereoisomer, such as a sugar, whose sole conformational difference involves the arrangement of atoms or groups in the aldehyde or ketone group.
a state or condition of individuals or society characterized by a breakdown or absence of social norms and values, as in the case of uprooted people. noun (sociol) lack of social or moral standards in an individual or society adj. 1950, from French anomique (Durkheim, 1897); see anomie. n. “absence of accepted social values,” 1933, […]