On the Simenon bookshelf, it stands alone, anomalous, and awkwardly aloof.
The bank acknowledges that it has some problems, but says they are anomalous.
The recent auction records are not as anomalous as they may appear.
History has not decided about Carter because he is so anomalous.
Portman owes his anomalous success to a mix of skill, money—and dumb luck.
Whatever the origin of his title, it well expressed the anomalous and undefined position of the midshipman.
She explained this anomalous proceeding to his grandmother privately.
He admitted that this was an anomalous course of legislation, and that the board would be entrusted with extraordinary powers.
Henry, the training-ship boy, occupies an anomalous classification.
Before the vast blazing pile a hideous, anomalous mob clad in indescribable rags and tatters, danced with furious, drunken joy.