Otherworldly Words: Aberration











For October I unveil a daily dose of the unusual, the dark, the bizarre on a linguistic journey through words befitting the season. Join me as we explore Otherworldly Words − words that help us express the frightening matters that often are hard to explain.

I start with aberration.Sometimes, when a virus changes course, a new plague is formed. When a person does not follow the social norms, it makes us resentful or fearful. I think it is our constant quest to put the world around us in order that makes us fear aberration so much. Do you agree?


2 comments on “Otherworldly Words: Aberration

  1. Carter Vail
    October 1, 2014

    I would agree that as humans we are constantly trying to control the uncontrollable. I am looking forward to more words and thought provoking questions-no pressure 🙂

    • Adrian W. Lilly
      October 1, 2014

      Thanks for the response! Don’t worry about the pressure, maybe it will keep me on my toes. 🙂

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