Pronunciation of Abnormal
/ɐbnˈɔːmə͡l/, /ɐbnˈɔːməl/, /ɐ_b_n_ˈɔː_m_əl/
Antonyms for abnormal:
Synonyms for abnormal:
grotesque, Anomalistic, Atypic, psychology.
Other synonyms and related words:
defective, brachydactylic, monstrous, immoderate, perverted, Aberrational, antidromic, rare, Anomalistic, extraordinaire, brachydactylous, vicarious, subnormal, devious, unprecedented, unnatural, phenomenal, supernormal, kinky, psychology, freak, exceeding, unwonted, deviate, grotesque, affected, preternatural, shapeless, Atypic, morbid, malformed.
divergent, disparate, unalike, various, contradictory, asymmetric, unlike, heterogeneous, different, varying, nonuniform, distinct, mismatched, differing, contrasting, contrary, dissimilar, unequal, unusual, diverse, discordant, unmatched, conflicting.
different from standard or norm (adjective)
deviant, deviate, curious, unusual, aberrant, eccentric, odd, strange, uncommon, peculiar, preternatural, irregular, funny, anomalous, unnatural, divergent, bizarre, atypical, exceptional, Anomalistic, extraordinary.
oddity, off, crosspatch, singular, unconventional, crazy, aberrant, nonconforming, unfamiliar, uncustomary, extraordinary, out of the ordinary, idiosyncratic, irregular, peculiar, inconsistent, bizarre, outlandish, unique, mismatch, curious, different, improper, erratic, deviant, odd, unusual, fey, untypical, quirky, eccentric, oddball, incongruous, incompatible, strange, deranged, novel, atypical, exceptional, freakish, uncommon, misfit, anomalous, un-ordinary, divergent, funny.
Usage examples for abnormal:
- Loud and hurried in its wrath, low and deliberate in its contempt, all this was uttered with a furious and abnormal eloquence, which would have struck me, loving her, to the ground. - "Dead Men Tell No Tales", E. W. Hornung.
- On the return home the limb is examined, and nothing abnormal is to be found. - "Diseases of the Horse's Foot", Harry Caulton Reeks.
- Moreover, the decline in service and efficiency, as well as the increase in rates, is at least partially explained by abnormal conditions over which the Railroad Administration had no control. - "Problems in American Democracy", Thames Ross Williamson.