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adverb as in officially

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Things can always be diversified even more, whether it’s women, people of color, whatever, wanting to make sure those narratives are told and that we’re not doing the same conventional stories.

From Vox

When Michael O’Leary and Warren Valdmanis first met at Bain Capital’s offices in Asia, both were more or less conventional members of the finance profession.

From Fortune

This notion became conventional wisdom for many years, but by the 1980s, researchers had begun challenging the idea.

The conventional wisdom trends to treat whatever happened in the most recent election as a new Iron Law of Politics.

The conventional wisdom is that 2020 has nearly destroyed travel.

The women Peterson photographed were offbeat, eccentric, irreverent, and not conventionally pretty.

Sitting at the desk was a man in his mid- to late 40s, balding, conventionally dressed in slacks and an Oxford shirt, no tie.

And because Dunham is not a size zero or ‘conventionally’ beautiful, Girls has been hailed as brave and feminist.

Nor did these political controversies rage only among those conventionally identified as leading “founding fathers.”

Montgomery is part of a small but growing group of conventionally trained physicians disillusioned with traditional medical care.

It is a striking and consistent portraithow unlike the usual conventionally noble hero of romantic drama!

In the group of coins here illustrated it will be noticed that the Mater Deorum is conventionally throned upon a rock.

Then with the development of business there soon came to be a conventionally correct hand for commerce.

Seven is a sacred number, and the days in the year may be conventionally represented as 360.

These allocations are subject, however, to the following reserve, which will prevent them being taken too conventionally.


On this page you'll find 103 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to conventionally, such as: commonly, consistently, generally, habitually, normally, and routinely.

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