- 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.
Origin of irregular
Synonyms for irregular
Related Words for irregularlyhaphazardly, fitfully, infrequently, sporadically, unevenly, erratically, anyhow, helter-skelter, occasionally, periodically, slapdash, uncommonly, willy-nilly, eccentrically, jerkily, spasmodically, uncertainly
Examples from the Web for irregularly
Contemporary Examples of irregularly
Many reported trying to save money by irregularly taking the pill or changing to a less effective method of contraception.Thank The Pill For Abortion Rate Drop
February 3, 2014
Historical Examples of irregularly
The margin of the cap is very thin and the caps are irregularly funnel-form.
The pores are irregularly shaped and elongated, golden yellow.
Yet I was there irregularly, and I could not explain to them how I came to be there.Bulgaria
Sub-eroded: wing margins when somewhat, but irregularly, indented.Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology
John. B. Smith
The pods ripen so irregularly that they have to be picked by hand.Agriculture for Beginners
Charles William Burkett
"a soldier not of the regular army," 1747, from irregular (adj.).