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A courage, moreover —the gambler's courage—that is typically American.

She was indeed a Pritchard, though not so typically so as she had anticipated.

This is the sort of idea that we are apt to think of as typically modern.

A conference is the most typically English thing that there is.

The other enthusiastic friend was typically Irish in temperament.

Alternative resources will be found in what was typically discarded.

The fifty years of his life covered a career that was typically American.

I do not mean that she was typically American in complaining; far from it.

I do not mean that she was typically American in wanting her money; quite the contrary.

The kitchen, or general living-room, was, typically Finnish.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1600, "symbolic, emblematic," from Medieval Latin typicalis "symbolic," from Late Latin typicus "of or pertaining to a type," from Greek typikos, from typos "impression" (see type (n.)). Sense of "characteristic" is first recorded 1850. Related: Typically.

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