When the spotlight shines on their lives, the glare makes every irregularity evident.
Nor was this the only irregularity for which the authorities of Pendennis were complained of.
The irregularity of the proceeding was unnoticed in the tense excitement.
No self-reproach recurs more often in her private outpourings at this time than that of irregularity and even sloth.
The use of either instrument, when unaccompanied, leads to every sort of irregularity and trickery.
This shows that an irregularity in the time intervals may be greater in the earlier than in the later part of the verse.
There should be no plundering, no irregularity, no disregard of general orders.
It is the irregularity which has shown always in the best periods.
The irregularity of the meeting must be assigned to the enactment against which it offended.
Yet it often happens that there is no irregularity at the surface to betray the existence of a dislocation.
early 14c., "violation of Church rules," from Old French irregularité (14c.) and directly from Medieval Latin irregularitas, from irregularis (see irregular). Meaning "state of being not regular" is from 1590s.