use aberrant in a sentence.
The concept of Linux on the desktop is as aberrant as the concept of Windows on the server
If you're intending to be obfuscatory, you might come up with "aberrant statistical properties".
He's used the Euler method, which I think is why you get aberrant behaviour when the cursor comes near the particle:
You can consider profiling to be the collateral damage from the aberrant behavior of unchecked few.
Not over any significant length of text and it's not going to be tremendously aberrant.
I think the most interesting part of Guns, Germs and Steel was the assertion that violence is not an aberrant condition for humans.
And the current economic situation is an aberrant special case; it isn't implicit or ever-present.
Consciously deciding not to ensure your own survival is aberrant behavior.
So everyone who chooses a job they need to drive to instead of a local lower-paying job is aberrant?
I would not consider homeless people to be representative of the 'ordinary' people in society, that they behave aberrantly is probably expected rather than an exception.
Their job is not to surveil the citizenry for signs of aberrant behavior.
I hope this doesn't cause me to second guess the next email I get from an HN user, since so far this is pretty aberrant in my experience and I've been really delighted to be in touch with the (admittedly few) folks who've pinged me this way.