OTHER WORDS FROM prototypicalpro·to·typ·i·cal·ly, adverb
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The decline of Salesforce, Adobe and Oracle’s prototypical data management solutions bear this out.
The nautilus is the prototypical animal in the Mesophotic Zone.
At 6 foot 5 and 215 pounds, Glass is the size of a prototypical NFL quarterback and is considered a sleeper ahead of the 2022 draft.
A prototypical 3-and-D wing known for his team-first mentality, Vassell will be a natural fit in San Antonio.On quiet night for NBA draft lottery selections, Anthony Edwards goes No. 1 to Timberwolves|Ben Golliver, Des Bieler|November 19, 2020|Washington Post
Feminist pioneer Marlo Thomas, who played the perky and prototypical good girl Ann Marie on That Girl, wants you to be yourself.Marlo Thomas Says Girls Should Feel Free to Be Like Hannah Horvath|Emily Shire|April 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
They were almost the prototypical Republican voters: Older, white, professional, and highly civically engaged.At the Values Voter Summit, It’s YOLO Conservatism|Jamelle Bouie|October 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Here we meet a prototypical Balzac character: the gifted, flawed, striving provincial Eugène de Rastignac.
Her daughter, my grandmother, was a prototypical 50s housewife and a woman of amazing talents.It’s Time for the Pro-Choice Community to Embrace the Word Abortion|Jessica Arons|January 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The prototypical example of this is the U.S. posture along the DMZ between South Korea and North Korea.
There is a prototypical plan, an ideal pattern, which imposes a precise position upon each atom of the tissue.Social Life in the Insect World|J. H. Fabre
Under the expectations of literacy, a prototypical family life was to be expected from all.
As the prototypical example of land-art, this lattice of lightning rods covers an area of one mile by one kilometer.