[ US /ənˈtɪpɪkəɫ/ ]
[ UK /ʌntˈɪpɪkə‍l/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not representative of a group, class, or type
    atypical behavior is not the accepted type of response that we expect from children
    a class of atypical mosses
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How To Use untypical In A Sentence

  • The recent case of compensation for a traveller detained in a head-lock when trying to run for a train was extreme but not untypical.
  • But, rather untypically, after I had waved the golden carrot, I proceeded to brandish a very sharp stick. Dealings
  • He said that the queues and delays along London Road are not untypical of urban areas.
  • The end of the war found him a not untypical figure among socialists of his generation, a dissenting sergeant agitating for demob. Archive 2007-05-27
  • How, had they kept mothers much in mind, would the National's collaborators have gone ahead and quoted a London Road resident expressing, true to Blythe's research, and not untypically, her relief that the neighbourhood has improved? We shouldn't make entertainment out of others' tragedy | Catherine Bennett
  • With the group stages earmarked for the middle of the season, fingers are firmly crossed for some untypically warm and sunny weather to help the competition kick off on the right note.
  • For Verity's zeal for battle was as unaffected as it was untypical. IN LOVE AND WAR
  • Modern football is utterly absorbed by the here-and-now, so it was untypical, and poignant, to hear fans acclaim a figure from another era.
  • The most troubling implication of this story is that it appears to be untypical.
  • The great majority of revolutionary populists resolutely rejected the deception and unprincipled adventurism of a few untypical deviants like Nechaev.
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