conventionalized

[ kuh n-ven-shuh-nl-ahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF conventionalized

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(c) Conventionalized lily—the prototype of the trident and the thunder-weapon.

The pointed oval, or vesica, is the conventionalized form of the fish.

Everywhere the conventionalized book-language is spoken by the few.

In using a flower, or other design, for a frieze or dado, they should be conventionalized.

It is a "conventionalized" creation, as we say of ornamentation.

It is a 'conventionalized' creation, as we say of ornamentation.

Rough, conventionalized representations of palm trees are also common.

There is no motive that cannot be conventionalized into a pattern by repetition.

Old English poetry is conventionalized to a remarkable degree.

If she would become worldly, artificial, and conventionalized.

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