- not uniform.
- (of a flower) having the members of some or all of its floral circles or whorls differing from one another in size or shape, or extent of union.
- irregular astigmatism,
- irregular bone,
- irregular dentin,
- irregular flower,
- irregular galaxy
Origin of irregular
Examples from the Web for irregular
Iraq may have been an irregular fight, but it had major moments.Pentagon Doesn’t Know How Many People It’s Killed in the ISIS War|Nancy A. Youssef|January 7, 2015|DAILY BEAST
Maybe Mimas is solid, but its core is irregular, like the shape of many asteroids.
Objects more massive than a certain amount are more spherical than not, while punier specimens are lumpy and irregular.
For instance, in active REM sleep, breathing and pulse may be irregular, and small muscular twitches are common.The Tracker That Might Actually Help You Sleep Better|DailyBurn|October 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But irregular Ukrainian troops armed with first-class rifles, mortars, and explosive devices would do Russian troops great damage.Obama Must Show He’ll Use Military Means to Deter Russia in Ukraine|Leslie H. Gelb|March 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I think I have heard Captain Burton say that he had irregular teeth, which made his smile unpleasant.
If stamping is desired, make rows of small circles, regular or irregular, by using the nail set and a wood mallet.The Boy Mechanic, Book 2|Various
In the background marched in ceaseless procession an irregular file of men.McAllister and His Double|Arthur Train
Some send it forth in a solid, steady, majestic column; others in an irregular, churn-like fashion.Then and Now|Robert Vaughn
That step would be irregular, and discourteous to the administration.The Red Cross in Peace and War|Clara Barton
late 14c., "not in conformity with Church rules," from Old French irreguler (13c., Modern French irrégulier), from Medieval Latin irregularis, from assimilated form of in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + Latin regularis (see regular (adj.)). General sense is from late 15c.
"a soldier not of the regular army," 1747, from irregular (adj.).