aberrate

[v] - diverge from the expected 2. [v] - diverge or deviate from the straight path
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Aberrate

Ab'er┬Ěrate intransitive verb [ Latin aberratus , present participle of aberrare ; ab + errare to wander. See Err .] To go astray; to diverge. [ R.] « Their own defective and aberrating vision. De Quincey. »
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aberrate

To go astray; to diverge. 'Their own defective and aberrating vision.' (De Quincey) ... Origin: L. Aberratus, p.pr. Of aberrare; ab + errare to wander. See Err. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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aberrate

verb diverge or deviate from the straight path; produce aberration; `The surfaces of the concave lens may be proportioned so as to aberrate exactly equal to the convex lens`
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Aberrate

• (v. i.) To go astray; to diverge.
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aberrate

aberrate 1. To diverge from the expected. 2. To diverge or to deviate from the straight path. 3. To produce an aberration.
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