2. Verb. (past of aberrate) ¹
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Definition of Aberrated
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Literary usage of Aberrated
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1. Medical and Surgical Memoirs: Containing Investigations on the Geographical by Joseph Jones (1876)
"Violent spasms, opisthotonos and all the phenomena of aberrated spinal action were as well marked in one condition of the spinal cord, as iu the other. ..."
2. The Southern Medical and Surgical Journal by Medical College of Georgia (1859)
"... independent entirely of any direct action, but by communicating or reflecting its aberrated action to the cerebro-spinal nervous system ? ..."
3. Observations on Some of the Physical, Chemical, Physiological and by Joseph Jones (1859)
"As in the case of aberrated motion and sensation, and of secretion and excretion, circulation and respiration, the causes of the aberration may lie entirely ..."
4. Saint Louis Medical and Surgical Journal (1893)
"... changes in the blood and tissues, and is attended with changes in the physical and chemical constituents of the blood and aberrated nervous action. ..."
5. St. Louis Clinical Review: A Monthly Journal of Homoeopathic Medicine and (1886)
"By the aberrated action of the nerves of organic life, we encounter leucorrhœa, ulcération and morbid growths. Most cases of perverted functions in the ..."