Abnormally in a sentence

Definition of Abnormally

In an abnormal manner; in a way that deviates from a standard, norm, or average. [First attested in the mid 19th cnetury.]

Short Example Sentence for Abnormally

  • 1. Occasionally by abnormally wet weather.
  • 2. His forehead also was feverish and abnormally warm.
  • 3. In some perverse way his mentality was abnormally acute.
  • 4. Evidently my sense of hearing had become abnormally acute.
  • 5. Hypertrophied: abnormally large or excessively developed.
  • 6. In the Punjab prices were abnormally high.
  • 7. His arms were very long, and his toes were also abnormally long.
  • 8. The feces were always hard and lumpy, and of an abnormally light color.
  • 9. She was very affectionate, in her way, but abnormally old-fashioned.
  • 10. But what he could see, with his abnormally quick vision, was sufficient.
  • 11. It's quite terrible, you know," looking abnormally serious.

How to use Abnormally in a Sentence?

  • 1. Nor need he be surprised at this abnormally cheap price, for they were not stolen.
  • 2. Many of them are printed in abnormally small sizes, facilitating quick concealment.
  • 3. Interest arouses abnormally concentrated attention, and this in turn is the cause of genius.
  • 4. When pressed, the young man confessed the ownership of a pair of abnormally keen ears.
  • 5. Trotman says it is a thoroughly severe attack, but not abnormally malignant, as he calls it.
  • 6. One, I remember, had an abnormally rough and thick skin, had had it all his life.
  • 7. The sexton was Simeon Pease, a little red-headed man, a hunchback, abnormally strong.
  • 8. It was formerly the belief that this defect was occasioned solely by an abnormally high temperature.
  • 9. We have discussed its theory and recognized that an abnormally increased suggestibility is indeed its chief feature.
  • 10. That he felt himself abnormally methodic lay entirely in the fact that he watered the fern each day.
  • 11. In singing we develop abnormally something which we fancy will please our hearers and bring us applause.
  • 12. The numbness and exhaustion of other faculties had liberated his powers of observation, and at that moment they were abnormally acute.
  • 13. Memory, in those days, was enormously and abnormally capacious and retentive, but there was no appreciation of humanity.
  • 14. Always abnormally quick to respond to the spur of stimulants, he was conscious almost instantly of added zest for the adventure.
  • 15. Certain mental diseases, by abnormally stimulating the emotions, predispose strongly to religious fervor.
  • 16. Phil had abnormally keen eyes, and could often see things that the other boys required a glass to discern.
  • 17. The hashish has partially opened another world to you by increasing your rate of psychical vibration, and thus rendering you abnormally sensitive.
  • 18. As they drew nearer the market-place the progress became yet slower, for the crowd seemed suddenly and abnormally swelled.
  • 19. If, however, the breasts are abnormally large, it indicates maternal deficiency the same as any disproportion or extreme.
  • 20. It has driven out the true idealism, of which it is a caricature, and has made the deeper and higher kind of religious faith abnormally difficult.
  • 21. Renewals in a cocoanut grove, unless the vacant space is abnormally large and can be subjected to some years of soil improvement, are unprofitable.
  • 22. This was abnormally slow, ranging from 44 to 54 (the latter only when standing or after walking) per minute.
  • 23. They were evidently only a week or ten days old, and resembled yellow cats with abnormally large, solemn faces.
  • 24. But he is a Puritan endowed with a psychopathic temperament sensitive to the point of disease and gifted with an abnormally high visualising power.
  • 25. For our absurdities spring, in fact, for the most part, from the good in us, from some faculty or quality abnormally developed.
  • 26. Maria's mother was originally from New England, and her conscience was abnormally active.
  • 27. He had lived abnormally so long that it seemed strange to him now to think that there were comfortable, well-ordered places on the face of the earth.
  • 28. It had a long, grey, nude body, shaped like that of a man, only with abnormally long arms and legs, and very long and crooked fingers.
  • 29. Even the twins were abnormally serious, sitting on the wide, flat doorstep of the kitchen entrance, and looking so comical that Dolly laughed.