Definition of Typic

1. Adjective. Being or serving as an illustration of a type. "An action exemplary of his conduct"

Exact synonyms: Emblematic, Exemplary
Similar to: Typical
Derivative terms: Emblem, Emblem, Example, Type



Definition of Typic

1. a. Typical.

Definition of Typic

1. Adjective. typical ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Typic

1. typical [adj] - See also: typical

Typic Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Typic

typhoon fifth
typhoon fifths
typhoonlike
typhoons
typhos
typhose
typhosepsis
typhotoxin
typhotoxins
typhous
typhus
typhus fever
typhus mitior
typhus vaccine
typhuses
typic (current term)
typical
typical achromatopsia
typical jerboa
typical pseudocholinesterase
typicalities
typicality
typicall
typically
typicalness
typicalnesses
typicities
typicity
typier
typiest

Literary usage of Typic

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1. The Technic of modern operations for hernia by Alexander Hugh Ferguson (1908)
"THE typic OR ANATOMIC (FERGUSON; OPERATION. This operation was devised by the ... While the anatomic principles on which the typic operation is founded are ..."

2. Principles of Economic Zo├Âlogy by Lewis Sylvester Daugherty, Millie Crum Daugherty (1912)
"... typic ANIMALS THE authors have found by experience that the following order of studies is a good plan for each type: Study of the Live Animal. ..."

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