(Latin: a suffix; a person who, the thing which; people who, things which)
Driving on the wrong side of a road is considered an aberrant driving practice and will result in a traffic ticket or may even cause a serious accident.2. Not the ordinary, usual, or normal type; exceptional; abnormal: In circuses of the last century, there were often displays of pitiful animals that were aberrant in some way, like having an extra toe, a double tail, or more than one head.
2. Well-supplied; pertaining to a more than plentiful supply of something: The prosecutor offered abundant evidence proving that the woman had committed the crime.
This has been one of the most abundant displays of beautiful fall colors that the city parks have ever produced in years.
It is abundantly obvious that the current economic situation will not be solved easily.
2. One of a group of outlets or holes in a nonexistent coral of the family Chætitidæ: Acanthopores of the extinct corals appeared on the surface in little tubercles.
2. That which makes something impure or corrupt by adding other inferior materials.
3. Chemical impurities or substances that by law do not belong in a food, pesticide, or other substance: Some adulterants are added intentionally to lower the manufacturing cost of the product or to modify its characteristics in a deceptive way.
2. A tenacious gluey substance that holds parts together during the process of healing.
3. A substance that holds parts together or causes agglutination.
2. Anything that causes something to move vigorously or violently: In some countries an earthquake can be the agitant causing the ground to shake and tremble, and houses to tumble down.