Usage Examples for ABERRATION

  1. But for centuries in Egypt,- that is, in the most ancient of the Mediterranean civilizations,- this horrible aberration was looked upon as a sovereign privilege which brought the royal dynasty into relationship with the gods. - "The Women of the Caesars" by Guglielmo Ferrero
  2. To respect anything or anybody would seem to them a mental aberration. - "The Simple Life" by Charles Wagner
  3. We may also see from it that gravity does not travel like light, so as to take time on its journey from sun to planet; for, if it did, there would be a sort of aberration, and the force on its arrival could no longer be accurately directed to the centre of the sun. - "Pioneers of Science" by Oliver Lodge
  4. Well, Miss Jane might have had a sudden aberration and wandered away, but that would leave Fleming out, and the paper dragged him in. - "The Window at the White Cat" by Mary Roberts Rinehart
  5. Art and his aberration never mingled or overlapped. - "Oscar Wilde" by Leonard Cresswell Ingleby