His irregular performance on the radio show led to a backlash from fellow officers.
Iraq may have been an irregular fight, but it had major moments.
For years, Greece has been a sieve for irregular migrants who want to make their way to Europe.
Objects more massive than a certain amount are more spherical than not, while punier specimens are lumpy and irregular.
Maybe Mimas is solid, but its core is irregular, like the shape of many asteroids.
The lodges were arranged in two irregular circles, one within the other.
But Mr. Paine assured her that letters were likely to be irregular, and there was no ground for alarm.
The streets of the town could not be more tortuous and irregular.
The advance may be irregular but it is advance; and all advance is advance toward Him.
Wiegmann diversified as much as possible his mode of bringing about these irregular unions among plants.
"a soldier not of the regular army," 1747, from irregular (adj.).
irregular ir·reg·u·lar (ĭ-rěg'yə-lər)
Not straight, uniform, or symmetrical, as facial features.
Of uneven rate, occurrence, or duration, as a heartbeat.
Deviating from a type; atypical.