convention

[ kuhn-ven-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF convention

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONVENTION

In the twelfth month of 1792 a convention of reformers was held at Edinburgh.

We go into the convention, and the names of Halloway and McCune are placed before it.

He landed, fought, and won two battles, and signed the Convention of Cintra.

Gone is her love of adventure; gone is her defiance of convention; gone is—is her independence.

I fought it hard at first; with convention, with your idea of right and wrong.

They answered that they must await the decision of the Convention.

A convention for the establishment of a Central American court of justice.

A convention additional to the general treaty of peace and amity.

How could there be names for all the numbers unless you allow that convention is used?

Was there a correctness in words, and were they given by nature or convention?

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