Abnormal

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Negative ConnotationPlay
Often implies something is wrong or undesirable, can carry a negative judgment. SlideHe had an abnormal interest in the macabre.
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Context MattersPlay
The idea of 'abnormal' can change based on societal norms and context. SlideHer abnormal dress sense became a new fashion trend.
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Potential SeverityPlay
Describing something as 'abnormal' can suggest a range from slightly odd to extremely serious. SlideAbnormal weather patterns are causing concern.