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He paused briefly at the door, touched with an uncharacteristic flash of sour humor.
So disturbed was Marshall by Roane's attacks that he did a thoroughly uncharacteristic thing.
The theatre of Rouen is quite uncharacteristic of the passion which the French usually entertain for spectacles.
It was a most uncharacteristic reception, for she was of a gracious and engaging personality and a stately type of beauty.
THE ORDEALCHARLES EGBERT CRADDOCK
Karen believed that Mrs. Talcott had actually been feeling lonely, uncharacteristic as that seemed.
TANTEANNE DOUGLAS SEDGWICK
Hamlet has, indeed, an uncharacteristic conviction of the preciousness of property.
He approached slowly, reading a blue paper, with his level grey eyes divided by a little uncharacteristic frown.
THE PATRICIANJOHN GALSWORTHY
For anomalies and uncharacteristic episodes in Napoleon's career we must go to books; the playhouse is not the place for them.
PLAY-MAKINGWILLIAM ARCHER
Miss Halcombe, after once or twice hesitating and checking herself, in a most uncharacteristic manner, spoke at last.
THE WOMAN IN WHITEWILKIE COLLINS
The plan seemed to the young man so feeble and remote, so uncharacteristic and tame, as to indicate a certain indifference in her.
ANGELA'S BUSINESSHENRY SYDNOR HARRISON

WORDS RELATED TO UNCHARACTERISTIC

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nonesuchnoun | [nuhn-suhch ]SEE DEFINITION