not representative or characteristic of a particular type, person, etc
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How to use untypical in a sentence
Now she was the only actress he knew—untypical and unemployed.Destiny | Charles Neville Buck
It would be untypical of the man not to give positive guarantees of his learning and respectability.The Preface to the Aeneis of Virgil (1718) | Joseph Trapp
The presence of masturbation in this case renders it untypical as a case of exhibitionism.Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 5 (of 6) | Havelock Ellis
Conditions in London are evidently untypical of English towns.
It is true that he was as untypical as Poe of the average citizen of "these states."The American Spirit in Literature, | Bliss Perry