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  • adj. Not stereotyped (made into a stock character).


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un- +‎ stereotyped


  • Here we find a key to the great significance of true, unstereotyped confession—a significance known in all the initiation and mystery cults of the ancient world, as is shown by a saying from the Greek mysteries: “Give up what thou hast, and thou will receive.”

    The 7

  • We know that if girls can see characters doing unstereotyped kinds of occupations and activities, they're much more likely as an adult to pursue unusual and outside-the-box occupations.

    Life Imitates Art

  • From these diverse, unstereotyped approaches there emerges the international experience of socialism, which is helping us all to move forward more rapidly, and agree entirely with what Comrade Fidel said here from this platform on this very important issue, and a subject on which there is much speculation abroad.


  • They had no creeds to recite when they met together; what they believed was still an unstereotyped passion in their hearts.

    Christianity and Progress

  • It has set before itself an ideal of absolute simplicity and sincerity—an ideal which implies an individual, unstereotyped diction; and an individual, unstereotyped rhythm.


  • For these young creatures let themselves go irresponsibly, they are still unstereotyped, they test what they and their fellows can do.

    The Outline of Science, Vol. 1 (of 4) A Plain Story Simply Told

  • His lips and from His heart; a Gospel unstereotyped, unfrozen, all-alive; this is the preparation for the highway of our God.

    Address Before The Second Biennial Convention Of The World's Woman's Christian Temperance Union

  • It has set before itself an ideal of absolute simplicity and sincerity ... an individual, unstereotyped rhythm. "


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