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  • adj. Not stereotypical.


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un- +‎ stereotypical


  • From the teenage Cal student simulating Martian life to game developers, from bloggers and new media artists to testers and user experience designers, women are finding diverse and unstereotypical ways to mold the technology of the future.

    Women 2.0: Geek Girls Unite!

  • And for the girls, a story of a "spiky," unstereotypical girl -- a Korean-American martial arts champion who gets sideswiped by hormones and almost loses her way.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • The same tendency toward a minor amount of discrimination against unstereotypical jobseekers happens all the time in competitive markets, but the free market is pretty good at developing niche firms that capitalize on these mistakes by snatching up people who are the victims of prejudice.

    Archive 2005-11-27

  • The characters are so unstereotypical in some ways, but also very stereotypical in other ways.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • In Rumsfeld's autobiography, we see him strike unstereotypical positions, pro civil rights, pro Kennedy.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • It could be stereotypically stereotypical as a professional and unprofessional relationship, and it could be a combination of everything and be unstereotypical.

    The Reasoner

  • Frankly, Clannad is so unstereotypical that I almost wonder why it appeals to otaku to begin with.

    Anime Nano!

  • Having interests that are unstereotypical for your gender and getting seen as cool and progressive rather than freaky and asexual for it.

    A Whole Lotta Nothing


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