Though the documented cases of direct killing are not numerous, they must be taken very seriously and not dismissed as anomalies.
He testified that he did not see any anomalies on the knife with the exception of a slight kink in the blade.
But those shining moments have been anomalies, and this week's episodes served as a microcosm of this season's problems.
Investigators are also looking into anomalies in the life of the cyclist who was killed at the scene.
The other 22 Republican senators are probably lost (although there are a couple of anomalies among that 22).
For anomalies and uncharacteristic episodes in Napoleon's career we must go to books; the playhouse is not the place for them.
How strange and how unceasing are the anomalies of Irish life!
anomalies of a purely pathological character are still more common.
After the incisors, the premolars show the greatest number of anomalies.
Even to-day the masses of the Negroes see all too clearly the anomalies of their position and the moral crookedness of yours.
anomaly a·nom·a·ly (ə-nŏm'ə-lē)
A deviation from the average or norm.