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Spell check of abnormal

Correct spelling: abnormal

exotic, extraordinary, untypical, improper, uncustomary, subnormal, remarkable, varying, out of the ordinary, idiosyncratic, aberrant, crazy, especial, preternatural, off, novel, asymmetric, inconsistent, antidromic, aberrational, divergent, deranged, extraordinaire, surprising, distinct, incompatible, uncommon, singular, unalike, aberrated, freakish, unique, atypical, conflicting, heterogeneous, vicarious, perverted, defective, anomalistic, contrary, mismatch, atypic, oddity, brachydactylic, fey, bizarre, affected, devious, nonconforming, kinky, contradictory, exceeding, freak, unmatched, mismatched, outlandish, anomalous, brachydactylous, incongruous, exceptional, unconventional, offbeat, eccentric, deviant, various, contrasting, odd, phenomenal, curious, unfamiliar, supernormal, nonuniform, special, unequal, unlike, strange, dissimilar, crosspatch, unnatural, oddball, quirky, unwonted, unusual, discordant, usual, erratic, differing, notable, irregular, different, peculiar, rare, misfit, immoderate, disparate, un-ordinary, good, diverse, funny, deviate.

familiar, archetypal, unremarkable, frequent, workaday, mean, routine, usual, everyday, standard, run-of-the-mine, median, representative, normal, ordinary, characteristic, average, wonted, commonplace, unexceptional, regular, typical, modal, moderate, run-of-the-mill, natural, common, customary.

Examples of usage:

1) I cannot tell the first appearance of any abnormal condition of her mind. - "Marital Power Exemplified in Mrs. Packard's Trial, and Self-Defence from the Charge of Insanity", Elizabeth Parsons Ware Packard.

2) Though realistic in one sense, we may grant to Lamb that such comedy becomes 'artificial, ' and so far Lamb is right, because it supposes a state of things such as happily was abnormal except in a small circle. - "English Literature and Society in the Eighteenth Century", Leslie Stephen.

3) There was nothing abnormal in this, and from where we sat a trifle below the level of the track, we could see but little of what was going on on the opposite platform. - "My Home In The Field of Honor", Frances Wilson Huard.