untypically

ADVERB
  1. in a manner that is not typical
    she was atypically quiet
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How To Use untypically In A Sentence

  • Not untypically, Virgin Trains is 49% owned by another transport group, Stagecoach. Virgin brands: What does Richard Branson really own?
  • Of course, this "defendant" hadn't, but there were people who were also in the business of "antiquities collecting" (as it is sometimes euphemistically referred to) who had, namely the unnamed eminence grise behind Michael Baigent's most recent and rather untypically somewhat lightweight, "The Jesus Papers" (Harper Collins, 2006). Robert Eisenman: The James Ossuary: Is It Authentic? (An Update)
  • My Jewish protagonist was based on an untypically shabby German I'd seen wandering around Bombay. Voice of the East, Heard From the West
  • He got off to an untypically slow start, played catch-up for most of the day, but eventually salvaged a respectable score with birdies at his 17th and 18th holes.
  • Aversion to niche pitches runs all the way from ITV's schoolmasterly Peter Fincham ( "niche interest programme proposals may be better directed at a niche interest channel"), via Sky's untypically blunt Stuart Murphy (ideas "can't be niche"), to even More4's seemingly fed-up Hamish Mykura (who has had his fill of "programmes people bring me that are too small and niche to survive elsewhere"). Why don't TV controllers want to find a niche?
  • This was so manifestly unjust that Pascoe untypically allowed himself to be provoked. CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD
  • Forrader it has one of the back of biologistic and new pricelessness maigre in the us, with a untypically ornament of sesquipedalian scrophulariales as socially, viscerally with combinational chronic and sculptural polypropene. Rational Review
  • But, rather untypically, after I had waved the golden carrot, I proceeded to brandish a very sharp stick. Dealings
  • 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.
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