The details of his emerging campaign infrastructure are as atypical as the man himself.
Now the atypical: My mother largely checked out of the parent role when I was 6.
I think he's so atypical of what a normal 11-year-old is like.
For another troubling sign of elections to come, just look at the not atypical experience of the newly formed Ahrar Party.
In the Church of England, as a Guardian profile outlined, his dynamism was atypical.
Especially is this true of atypical cases occurring sporadically.
atypical specimens or those to be used for illustration were set aside for separate shipment and more intensive examination.
(In the present work we use the words usual, unusual, typical, and atypical with neither quotation marks nor apology).
atypical symptoms appear just as constantly in these cases, as do the atypical ideas.
It is in this class of atypical gout that hay fever and neurasthenia belong, if they be gouty at all.
atypical a·typ·i·cal (ā-tĭp'ĭ-kəl)
Not corresponding to the normal form or type; not typical.