Synonyms for Typical:

adj.

categorical (adjective)
absolute, outright, unqualified, denominational, sure, unequivocal, flat, certain, definite, indubitable, unconditional, categorical, undeniable.
model (adjective)
quintessential.
representative (adjective)
symbolic.
true (adjective)
sure-enough.
usual, conventional (adjective)
emblematic, model, essential, expected, representative, classic, average, regular, ideal, exemplary, general, commonplace, illustrative, standardized, quintessential, patterned, habitual, prototypal, symbolic, normal, characteristic, classical, archetypal, archetypical, everyday, standard, typic, prototypical, paradigmatic.

n.

traditional, customary, essential. general, I thought as much, sure-enough, it/that figures, average, as you might expect/imagine, commonplace, of course, surprise, that's not saying much, what do/can you expect?, anyway. classic, paradigmatic, archetypal, archetypical, prototypal, classical, model, prototypical, archetypic, quintessential, prototypic. characteristic (noun)
expected, habitual, archetypical, standardized, average, standard, par for the course, everyday, patterned, ideal, symbolic, prototypical, illustrative, quintessential, conventional.

Other synonyms:

conventional, prototypal, archetypal, archetypical, prototypic, customary, paradigmatic, quintessential, archetypic, traditional, prototypical. commonplace, standard. classical, individual. average, vintage. anyway, of course. general. outstanding
classic.
typical
ideal.

Usage examples for typical

  1. I remember one such expedition which is typical of many. – Indian Boyhood by [AKA Ohiyesa], Charles A. Eastman
  2. I suppose our own case is typical – The Honorable Senator Sage-Brush by Francis Lynde
  3. The reign of Nero was typical of other ages that were to follow. – Roman Women Woman: In All Ages and in All Countries, Volume 2 (of 10) by Alfred Brittain