adjective, un·com·mon·er, un·com·mon·est.
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Contemporary Examples of uncommon
Though tissues are present and tears are not uncommon, the Dinner Parties are distinctly not grief counseling or group therapy.Everyone at This Dinner Party Has Lost Someone
January 6, 2015
These negotiations are not uncommon on junketed studio films.Brie Larson’s Hollywood Transformation
December 29, 2014
Although often this is considered proof positive of guilt at trial, it is not an uncommon occurrence in false confessions.How the U.S. Justice System Screws Prisoners with Disabilities
December 16, 2014
Love poems between aristocratic women were not uncommon at the time, as long as they stayed safely on the side of friendship.Sor Juana: Mexico’s Most Erotic Poet and Its Most Dangerous Nun
November 8, 2014
Compulsive writing, or hypergraphia, is a well-known, if uncommon, symptom of temporal lobe epilepsy.The Seizure Medication That Turns You Into a Poet
September 12, 2014
Historical Examples of uncommon
The doctor there speaks of 'our steel pens,' as if they were not at all uncommon.The Story of the Invention of Steel Pens
Her spirits are remarkably high—not an uncommon effect of laudanum.Alice, or The Mysteries, Complete
They was all hard up there, Mr Plornish said, uncommon hard up, to be sure.Little Dorrit
That's a woman who observes and reflects in an uncommon manner.
It gives us a new, and quite an uncommon interest in the dinner.