aperiodic

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a·per·i·od·ic

(ā-pēr'ē-od'ik),
Not occurring periodically.

a·per·i·od·ic

(ā'pēr-ē-od'ik)
Not occurring periodically.

aperiodic

(ā″pēr″ē-od′ik) [ ¹an- + periodic]
Occurring other than periodically.

a·per·i·od·ic

(ā'pēr-ē-od'ik)
Not occurring periodically.
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