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untypical

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishuntypicalun‧typ‧i‧cal /ʌnˈtɪpɪkəl/ adjective 🔊 🔊 not having the usual features or qualities that you would expectatypicaluntypical of 🔊 a building that is quite untypical of the period in which it was built 🔊 These problems are not untypical (=they are normal).untypically /-kli/ adverb
Examples from the Corpus
untypicalThe train's 20-minute delay, my Japanese friend informed me, was most untypical.But things taken for granted attract less attention than the striking and untypical.It is at such times that the independence of the Supreme Court is at its greatest, but they are rather untypical.For some reason, and with untypical boldness, she took a step forward and walked into the room.As a not untypical consumer of financial services, I was annoyed in two ways.In an untypical display of linguistic diarrhoea, Mr Head's character finally managed several sentences all in one go this week.Something equally untypical happened on the Hikari back to Tokyo, a delay of twenty minutes.The teachers are not untypical in their problems with two language codes.Also at thirty-one, he reports a brief, untypical lapse to Louise: the desire to chuck in literature.The solemn tone of this story is untypical of her usual style.These figures, which are not untypical, underline a school's dependence upon parental and non-state support.not untypicalHowever, the performance was not untypical.The career of Ibrahim Nanno represents a not untypical career pattern among constables in the second half of the nineteenth century.As a not untypical consumer of financial services, I was annoyed in two ways.As an aristocrat Hartington was not untypical in regarding them as evangelical fanatics who needed restraining.The teachers are not untypical in their problems with two language codes.And this kind of process, one might add, is not untypical of the career of theories in natural science.This particular type of robot application was not untypical, the researchers found.These figures, which are not untypical, underline a school's dependence upon parental and non-state support.
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