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untypically

(ʌnˈtɪpɪkəlɪ)
adv
in a manner that is not typical
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Adv.1.untypically - in a manner that is not typical; "she was atypically quiet"
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The fires this spring are due to the nearly a month and a half of extremely dry weather conditions and untypically high temperatures exceeding 20 degrees Celsius at certain times, and for extended periods, the expert said.
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Ateeq Javid edged an untypically loose waft, then Keith Barker drove an overpitched ball and Finn did well to clutch a low return catch.