Many reported trying to save money by irregularly taking the pill or changing to a less effective method of contraception.
Sub-eroded: wing margins when somewhat, but irregularly, indented.
The margin of the cap is very thin and the caps are irregularly funnel-form.
Forms small, irregularly branched bushes, four to six inches high and wide.
The pods ripen so irregularly that they have to be picked by hand.
The town is built on low sandy ground, is irregularly laid out, 328 and its streets are not paved.
She stood there, breathing fast and irregularly until she heard him move.
The volva is large, edge free, but fitting very close, flabby and irregularly torn.
Their power, however, whether regularly or irregularly exercised, was supreme.
Nominations were irregularly made, sometimes by a Congressional caucus, sometimes by State legislatures.
"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.