Mousavi and other reformists have challenged what they describe in restrained terms as “irregularities” in the election results.
And with a history of elections marred by rigging, voters were particularly sensitive and vocal about hints of irregularities.
Ware went to court claiming a number of irregularities, including issues with hundreds of absentee ballots.
And preliminary reports suggest that thousands of irregularities have tainted the results.
I was adopted in 1961 and my papers are full of irregularities.
For four years he had been separated from his wife; and during that time she had set no bounds on her irregularities.
"The irregularities of earthly ones," interposed Sir Tiglath.
Explain the irregularities in the first two lines of Tennyson's "Break, break, break."
And it was from her that he took any pains at all to conceal his irregularities.
Up to the present time I had been only puzzled and amused by the frolics and irregularities of the baron.
early 14c., "violation of Church rules," from Old French irregularité (14c.) and directly from Medieval Latin irregularitas, from irregularis (see irregular). Meaning "state of being not regular" is from 1590s.