I adjective a ceteris dissentire, aberrant, anomalous, deviative, different, divergent, eccentric, heretical, heterodox, irregular, lawless, out of step, unaccepted, unapproved, uncanonical, uncommon, unconformable, unconventional, unfashionable, unobservant, unusual II index deviant, eccentric, informal, nonconforming, novel, original (creative), peculiar (curious), skeptical, uncommon, unusual

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