Definition of 'uncharacteristic'
Example sentences containing 'uncharacteristic'
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He was showing, she thought, an uncharacteristic amount of concern. DEATH OF A NYMPHFräulein West viewed his eagerness, so uncharacteristic of most visiting researchers, with some concern and withdrew to join her cat. WALL GAMESRidley said, with uncharacteristic diffidence: `I've come looking for a bit of advice. A QUESTION OF PRINCIPLE
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Used Occasionally. uncharacteristic is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'uncharacteristic'
British English: uncharacteristic ADJECTIVE
If you describe something as uncharacteristic of someone, you mean that it is not typical of them.
It was uncharacteristic of her father to disappear like this.
Definition of uncharacteristic from the Collins English Dictionary
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