atypically atypically


  • (adv) in a manner that is not typical


  1. Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has been atypically flamboyant during his Siberian summer vacation.
  2. Then the Clinton camp, not atypically, overreacted.
  3. But when the season becomes abnormal, when you have these atypically high temperatures for longer periods of time, they don't have the energy resources for it.



  1. "I'm very confident Malcolm will win," Mr Howard said. "I've always thought Malcolm's vote was artificially low - atypically low at the last election because you had an independent Liberal. And Malcolm's real majority from the last election...
    on Nov 22, 2007 By: John Howard Source: The Australian

  2. "Johnny is an unconventional superhero. He's not Brad Pitt -- he's atypically handsome -- and he broke the mold," says LaBeouf. "Tobey is the unconventional guy who did Spider-Man."
    on Jul 16, 2007 By: Shia LaBeouf Source: Indianapolis Star

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