Typically in a sentence

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Definition of Typically

  • in a typical manner

How to use typically in a sentence. Typically pronunciation.

It is commonly said that the leading character in "Virgin Soil," Solomin, is a failure because he is not exactly true to life, he is not typically Russian.
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Of course he is not true to life, of course he is not typically Russian.
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In sharp contrast with him, Turgenev has created the character Solomin, who is not at all "typically Russian," but who must be if the revolutionary cause is to triumph.
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This indirect advice, coupled with maturity of years and incipient disease, changed the writer's point of view, and his best known work is typically Russian in its tragic intensity.
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That the prophet, however, was fully conscious of his here using Asshur typically, appears from iv.
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It was a typically English display.
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I still have that quaint little book made up in its typically English style with small pages, small type and yellow paper back-the work of an English author whose obtuse and half-baked theories certainly lent no clarity to the stammerer's understanding of his trouble.
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Bursley, of course, was in the provinces; Bursley must, in the nature of things, be typically provincial.
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Typically Western, she thought, that in their second meeting he should act like an old friend.
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Merchant Gilds] A peculiar outgrowth of the need for protection against oppressive feudal lords, as well as against thieves, swindlers, and dishonest workmen, had been the typically urban organization known as the merchant gild or the merchants' company.
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A peculiar outgrowth of the need for protection against oppressive feudal lords, as well as against thieves, swindlers, and dishonest workmen, had been the typically urban organization known as the merchant gild or the merchants' company.
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I have never seen a French restaurant where the most casual visitor was not made personally and charmingly welcome, and I have never seen such typically French restaurants as the Lafayette and the Brevoort.
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By a mind, of the compass Plato himself supposes, two quite different impressions may well have been made on two typically different observers.
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It is thus incidentally, and by way of setting forth the definition of Justice or Rightness, as if in big letters, that the constitution of the typically Right State is introduced into what, according to one of its traditional titles- Peri Dikaiosynes +-might actually have figured as a dialogue on the nature of Justice.
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Bussy is a typically Renaissance hero and appealed to the sympathies of an age which set store above all things on exuberant vitality and prowess, and was readier than our own to allow them full rein.
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But the impulse to congratulate ourselves upon this vastly increased product of labor is checked when we take up the typically modern girl's life at a later stage.
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Hawthorne's art was true and typically American-as is the art of all men living in America who believe in freedom of thought and who live wholesome lives to prove it, whatever their means of expression.
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But Jon was by no means typically modern.
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In developing countries with weak currencies the exchange rate estimate of GDP in dollars is typically one-fourth to one-half the PPP estimate.
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Internally, the central government often finds its control over resources slipping as separatist regional movements - typically based on ethnicity - gain momentum, e.g., in many of the successor states of the former Soviet Union, in the former Yugoslavia, in India, and in Canada.
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Examples of Typically

Example #1
That criticism seems to me to miss the main point of the work.
Example #2
But these virtues have never been in high favour with revolutionists, which explains why so many revolutions are abortive, and so many ephemeral.
Example #3
The typical Russian in the book is Nezhdanov, who is entirely true to life in his uncertainty and in his futility; he does not know whether or not he is in love, and he does not know at the last what the "cause" really is.
Example #4
He seems unreal because he is unreal; he is the ideal.
Example #5
But he is a dead man long before that.