I am tall and broad, and yet, within the fashion world, I am an anomaly.
Thankfully, academic medicine is obsessed with recording every anomaly out there.
The Hirst affair muddies the efforts to dismiss the Choe murals as an anomaly.
The artwork itself is gorgeous, but the fact that the exhibit exists in the first place is a bit of an anomaly––at least on paper.
"I've always been an anomaly in this business, for a lot of reasons," he says.
It was in great part the existence of this anomaly which led to the re-establishment of the sample post in 1887.
What an anomaly in political architecture, to build an inverted pyramid!
I have already shown that a frictionless medium is opposed to all philosophy and experience, and is an anomaly in the universe.
To test this anomaly, use should be made of Landolt's apparatus (Fig. 36).
A woman to be masculine, in the true sense of the word, is an anomaly, to be witnessed with pain.
anomaly a·nom·a·ly (ə-nŏm'ə-lē)
A deviation from the average or norm.