Definition of untypically in US English:

untypically

adverb

  • See untypical

    as submodifier ‘I'll keep this review untypically short’
    sentence adverb ‘not untypically, one large painting took her five months’
    • ‘His reign was untypically long and, like his father's, characterized by aggression beyond the kingdom's borders.’
    • ‘With the group stages earmarked for the middle of the season, fingers are firmly crossed for some untypically warm and sunny weather to help the competition kick off on the right note.’
    • ‘But the Jockey Club was untypically lenient last week, and he will now serve a one-day ban rather than a week's lay-off which would have seen him miss all of this week's exciting jumps racing.’
    • ‘There were no excuses from the Harrison camp but the Scottish fighter looked untypically listless for much of the fight.’
    • ‘He got off to an untypically slow start, played catch-up for most of the day, but eventually salvaged a respectable score with birdies at his 17th and 18th holes.’

Pronunciation

untypically

/ˌənˈtɪpək(ə)li//ˌənˈtipək(ə)lē/