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aberrate (verb), aberrates; aberrated; aberrating
1. To diverge or deviate from what is expected by someone or those who are supposed to be doing something: Henry's severe headache was the result of his having aberrated from his commitment to staying sober.
Carl decided to aberrate from the usual route to his farm when he took a side road.
Allison was aberrating from her normal work schedule so she could attend a concert in the evening.2. To produce something that is not considered to be normal or proper: When Claudia aberrates from her usual piano-practice schedule, her musical performance is never up to its normal standard.
The chemist accidentally mixed up the wrong chemical formula and therefore aberrated a very bad odor in the laboratory.
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