Definition of 'uncharacteristically'
Example sentences containing 'uncharacteristically'
"'I fear that is precisely the chain of events which has occurred," Holden said, his voice uncharacteristically hard.ANTI-ICE (2002)
He remembered David saying once, in an uncharacteristically serious manner, that Nick had a rough time at home.LOST SUMMER (2002)
The frisky wind and sprinting clouds had woken up the homeless early, making them uncharacteristically active.LOST CHILDREN (2002)
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