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Synonyms for untypical

not representative of a group, class, or type

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The party's behavior is completely untypical for the Bulgarian nation, for its religious and ethnic tolerance.
First, Seville's performances in corner counts in recent weeks have been untypical even of mid-table teams, and they were certainly untypical of other sides coached by Manzano.
The shape of this anomaly suggested that an entrance to a chamber was to the east, not untypical of monuments of this type.
Petersburg, July 10, 2010, SPA -- Six cars were damaged by a tornado, a highly untypical natural phenomenon in the northern areas, in a St.
Analysts say Pemex's deepwater success rate is not untypical of results in so-called frontier areas where little exploration has been done.
Many parents have found the answer in the untypical AoWonder FriendAo winter art camp at the innovative ChildrenAAEs Museum Jordan.
Stephen Davenport, of MeteoGroup UK, said: "This is the strongest storm we have had this year, but it is just an autumnal storm, and not untypical for this time of year.
Stephen Davenport, of MeteoGroup UK, said: "This is the strongest storm we've had this year, but it is just an autumnal storm, and not untypical for this time of year.
Stephen Davenport, of Meteogroup UK, said: "This is the strongest storm we have had this year but it is just an autumnal storm, not untypical for this time of year.
In a paper tabled at a recent EU Council of Ministers meeting (April 16) it called for negotiations to "take account of the best interest of consumers" so "information on untypical raw materials" should be included in the product description "or placed directly next to it in the same size [and] font.
The Under 10s turned in an untypical performance and paid the price with a heavy 50-4 at big rivals Newsome.
Tourism minister Fran Bailey said: "It's tragic, but totally untypical of the friendliness, warmth and openness of Australian society.
His precise detailing of the day-to-day existence of these Afro-Virginians raises a number of questions about the nature of slavery and what lessons can be drawn from a situation that by all intents and purposes appears untypical.
More successful was Tippett's highly untypical Suite for the Birthday of Prince Charles, with a sturdy horn carillon, proud trumpets and sizzling strings along the way in this pseudo-medieval piece d'occasion from another centenary composer.