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Word of the Day — July 9, 2012
July 10, 2012 - Scott Viau
Aberrant — ab-AIR-ant — departing from an accepted standard, diverging from the normal type
Example: "The Week magazine calls it 'the grim mystery at the center of the Sandusky trial: How everyone from his wife to Penn State coach Joe Paterno could turn a blind eye to Sandusky's aberrant and abhorrent behavior toward vulnerable boys.'"
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