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American Dictionary of the English Language

Webster's Dictionary 1828

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Aberrance


ABER'RANCE, [Latin aberrans, aberro, to wander from; of ab and ABER'RANCY, erro, to wander.]

A wandering or deviating from the right way, but rarely used in a literal sense. In a figurative sense, a deviation from truth, error, mistake; and in morals, a fault, a deviation from rectitude.