aberrated


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ab·er·rat·ed

 (ăb′ə-rā′tĭd)
adj.
Characterized by defects, abnormality, or deviation from the usual, typical, or expected course.
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This technology provides a safety net for the industry in measuring highly aberrated eyes.
Advances in the interrogation and modulation of an aberrated wavefront offer reduced cost and increased speed.
Finally he came in the only vehicle with a key in it - a semi-forward drive Morris Commercial lorry which was in for repairs for its aberrated steering because it would turn a mere three degrees to port and a magnificent 177 to starboard.
By mid-life, lens growth has negated this effect and the eye becomes positively spherically aberrated.
A root-and-branch dismissal of the aberrations eliminates the very reality that became aberrated in the first place.
The stage for Virtual Reality is set - an electronic world where all senses, including movement, are seduced and aberrated.