noun, plural ir·reg·u·lar·i·ties for 2, 3.
- irregular dentin,
- irregular flower,
- irregular galaxy,
- irregular variable,
- irregular verb,
Origin of irregularity
Examples from the Web for irregularity
When the spotlight shines on their lives, the glare makes every irregularity evident.
The whole peninsula was sprawled out in all its irregularity, with its still green slopes ending abruptly at the dark cliffs.Australia in Arms|Phillip F.E. Schuler
The pupils therefore walked irregularly, the irregularity being prescribed.Catharine Furze|Mark Rutherford
The idleness and irregularity of children in school often depends more on accidental circumstances than on character.The Teacher|Jacob Abbott
noun plural -ties
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.