privilege, jaggedness, violation, bump, infringement, stultification, malformation, breach, dispensation, spasm, dent, constipation, characteristic, custom, roughness, aberrancy, preternaturalness, excess, unconformity, crime, inequality, twist, allowance, good, unnaturalness, quirk, imperfection, break, hump, innovation, abnormalcy, geometrical irregularity, change, straight, shift, usual, hole, regularity, stop, exemption, unregularity, impairment, rarity, sin, smooth, deviancy, deviance, variation, mental defectiveness, malfunction, uncertainty, deadening
disorder (part of speech: noun)
disintegration, chaos, discomposure, disorder, disconnectedness, obscurity, mess, anarchy, tumult, muddlement, dishevel, turmoil, perturbation, laxity, frenzy, clutter, indistinctness, shapelessness, unevenness, amorphousness, confusion, fuzziness, disorderliness, lawlessness, inexactness, disorganization, formlessness, commotion, incoherence, disarrangement, deformity, inchoateness, messiness, looseness, indefiniteness, anarchism, entropy, insanity, disarray
deformity (part of speech: noun)
irregularity (part of speech: noun)
motivelessness (part of speech: noun)
arbitrariness, spasticity, fickleness, volatility, whimsicality, ambivalence, caprice, impulsiveness, randomness, waywardness, haphazardness, fleetingness, indecisiveness, carelessness, fancifulness, flightiness
unconformity (part of speech: noun)
curiosity, idiosyncrasy, funniness, incompatibility, exception, quirkiness, divergence, incongruity, impropriety, oddity, strangeness, difference, unfamiliarity, peculiarity, aberrance, nonconformity, derangement, uniqueness, outlandishness, deviation, anomaly, aberration, singularity, uncommonness, inconsistency, unconventionality, eccentricity, abnormality, freakishness
- " Only," said Fleda, trying to recover herself, " there is a slight irregularity; with you the stars are blue and the ground white." - "Queechy, Volume II", Elizabeth Wetherell.
- We shall not build up any conclusion on this irregularity in the distribution, but supported by the general thesis of the preceding paragraph we conclude only that these stars must be relatively near us. - "Lectures on Stellar Statistics", Carl Vilhelm Ludvig Charlier.
- Perhaps some strain of Aztec blood- from which the Spanish- Mexican is never free- had helped to soften her features, but this would not account for their pleasing irregularity. - "The Mystery of The Barranca", Herman Whitaker.