不寻常的, 非凡的, 罕有的
adj.not common or ordinarily encountered
○ unusually great in amount or remarkable in character or kind
○ uncommon birds
○ frost and floods are uncommon during these months
○ doing an uncommon amount of business
○ an uncommon liking for money
○ he owed his greatest debt to his mother's uncommon character and ability
The broader use of "sick" is not so uncommon in England AS some British critics affect to think.
She had uncommon features, Bright eyes and graceful eyebrows, and although no great beauty she possessed considerable charrm.
It is not uncommon to hear that a shipping company has made a claim for the COST of salvaging a sunken ship
As shelf after shelf of made in China cuddly toys attest, Chinese exports are hardly uncommon in the U.S.
This construction is uncommon in spoken English.
It is not uncommon to hear the man in the street gripe about hospital services
It is not uncommon for parents to put a newborn in a separate room.
Thing that is uncommon or unusual; thing valued because it is rare
In some areas, the ceremony of "jumping white hawk" is held to cure uncommon diseases of women.
IT is uncommon for healthy animals to cast their young.