Random good picture Not show
1 It was typical of her to forget.
2 This painting is typical of his early work.
3 This is a typical example of Roman pottery.
4 Botswana is not a typical African country.
5 This meal is typical of local cookery.
6 This painting is typical of his work.
7 The villagers displayed the typical narrow-mindedness of a small community.
8 It's a typical action film with plenty of spectacular stunts.
9 Cheney is everyone's image of a typical cop: a big white guy, six foot, 220 pounds.
10 They plan to recreate a typical English village in Japan.
11 An eight-hour working day is still typical for many people.
12 It's a typical country estate with a large house for the owner, farm buildings and estate workers' houses.
13 The weather at the moment is not typical for July.
14 The typical family structure of Freud's patients involved two parents and two children.
15 He is a typical pupil; he is like most of the other pupils.
16 You must not take this attitude as typical of English people.
17 She gave an equivocal answer,[www.Sentencedict.com] typical of a politician.
18 I visualized him as a typical businessman.
19 It's not typical of Gill to be so critical.
20 Is this behaviour typical of the male sex?
21 It is typical of him to take hard jobs.
22 The picture is typical of its kind.
23 Write a very brief description of a typical problem.
24 This is your typical English pub.
25 'Commit a crime' is a typical collocation in English.
26 I was your typical lanky teenager.
27 With typical energy he found new journalistic outlets.
28 She is a typical Taurus/Taurean/has a typical Taurean personality.
29 'Anyone else would have done the same thing,' he said with typical modesty.
30 The idea that TV shows like "Dallas" or "Dynasty" represent typical American life is laughable.
More similar words: typically, tropical, medical, logical, ethical, musical, radical, chemical, critical, clinical, basically, vertical, historical, technical, ironically, political, classical, practical, physically, identical, electrical, theoretical, practically, politically, mechanical, biological, ecological, theological, historically, dramatically.