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accent a way of speaking a language that is typical of people from a particular area. [1/5 definitions]
average usual or typical; of the ordinary kind. [1/7 definitions]
behavior the typical actions of a person, animal, thing, or group, either in general or in certain situations. [1/2 definitions]
characteristic having to do with a typical or special quality of a person, group, action, or thing. [1/2 definitions]
childish typical of or fit for a child. [1/2 definitions]
classic typical of a class or category; serving as an example against which others are judged. [1/4 definitions]
common typical; easily found. [1/4 definitions]
compass an instrument for showing direction. A typical compass has a moving magnetic needle that points north. [1/2 definitions]
cross section a sample of typical parts that show what the whole is like. [1/2 definitions]
deviate to stray from typical or accepted behavior. [1/2 definitions]
lifestyle the general way of life of a person or group, including typical jobs and activities, attitudes towards work and money, values, and the like.
masculine having qualities considered to be typical of men or boys. [1/2 definitions]
paternal having to do with or typical of a father. [1/2 definitions]
pattern the typical activities and qualities of a group, person, or thing. [1/4 definitions]
prey the habit or typical action of preying. [1/6 definitions]
professional suitable to or typical of a person qualified for a particular profession. [1/5 definitions]
representative a typical example of something. [2/4 definitions]
unlike not typical of. [1/3 definitions]