Definition of "uncharacteristically" [uncharacteristically]
In an uncharacteristic manner. (adverb)
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Use "uncharacteristically" in a sentence
"He was looking up at the sky, his profile strong, his expression uncharacteristically vulnerable."
""Like watching paint dry" – John Kear in uncharacteristically ungracious mood after his Wakefield team had been drubbed at Wigan on Easter Monday."
"Indeed, neither Bryant's much-parodied photo shoot nor out-there teammate Ron Artest's Twitter postings criticizing coach Phil Jackson have obscured the fact that the Lakers, who closed the regular season in uncharacteristically mediocre fashion and then had to scrap like mad to beat the Oklahoma City Thunder in a first-round playoff series, are seemingly righting themselves and closing in on a chance to defend their NBA title."