Synonyms for irregularity:
infrequency, rare bird.
Other synonyms and related words:
inequality, rate, unregularity, infrequency, aberrancy, mental defectiveness, basis, Preternaturalness, rare bird, bundle, lump, frequency, constipation, much, thrice, rarity, variation, deviancy, temporal, imbalance, jaggedness, length, blob, stultification, unnaturalness, disturbance, quirk, irregular, geometrical irregularity, abnormalcy, instability, roughness, deviance, mystery, mass.
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
unnaturalness, Preternaturalness, aberrancy, deviancy, deviance.
disorder, insanity, tumult, muddlement, anarchy, disorganization, fuzziness, frenzy, disconnectedness, disorderliness, disintegration, turmoil, lawlessness, laxity, incoherence, messiness, formlessness, indefiniteness, entropy, deformity, mess, amorphousness, inchoateness, anarchism, disarrangement, clutter, looseness, commotion, shapelessness, chaos, unevenness, confusion, dishevel, indistinctness, obscurity, discomposure, inexactness, disarray, perturbation.
carelessness, randomness, fickleness, haphazardness, ambivalence, fleetingness, indecisiveness, spasticity, flightiness, impulsiveness, fancifulness, waywardness, volatility, arbitrariness, whimsicality, caprice.
something that is irregular (noun)
eccentricity, anomaly, unconventionality, incompatibility, uniqueness, aberration, abnormality, unfamiliarity, incongruity, oddity, exception, peculiarity, funniness, inconsistency, singularity, impropriety, deviation, divergence, derangement, freakishness, nonconformity, uncommonness, strangeness, quirkiness, aberrance, idiosyncrasy, difference, outlandishness, curiosity.
Usage examples for irregularity:
- Amongst these there are numberless eddies, which, perhaps, have tended to fill our minds with the idea of irregularity and confusion; but which, nevertheless, as well as the grand currents themselves, are subject to law, and are utterly devoid of caprice. - "The Ocean and its Wonders", R.M. Ballantyne.
- Freeman's comment upon this irregularity is extremely characteristic. - "The Life of Froude", Herbert Paul.