noun, plural ab·nor·mal·i·ties.
- abney level,
- abnormal occlusion,
- abnormal psychology,
- abo hemolytic disease of newborn
Origin of abnormality
Examples from the Web for abnormality
It is a brief text with philosophical leanings that revolves around the notions of normality and abnormality in human nature.
A post mortem examination revealed that there were no obvious signs of abnormality in Miss Moss' body.
I have an abnormality in the circuits for language output, and sure enough, as a child I had trouble getting language out.
But apparently there was just an “‘abnormality’ in the system.”
Should a criminal be held responsible for his crime when a brain scan can demonstrate some abnormality in his neural circuitry?'Free Will Debate: Who’s in Charge?' by Michael Gazzaniga (review)|Casey Schwartz|November 19, 2011|DAILY BEAST
The way was thus made clear for the rapid progress of our knowledge of this abnormality.Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 2 (of 6)|Havelock Ellis
She has been successful in hiding from her husband her abnormality, he simply considering her frigid.Woman|William J. Robinson
Only those manifesting no signs of abnormality were used for these tests.The Toxicity of Caffein|William Salant
But abnormality of that sort can be corrected in a very short time.Fletcherism|Horace Fletcher
In the domain of his affections there does not appear to be any abnormality.Tics and Their Treatment|Henry Meigne