conventionally[ kuh n-ven-shuh-nl ]SEE DEFINITION OF conventionally
Synonyms for conventionally
- according to protocol
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONVENTIONALLY
Anita said conventionally, “It has been pleasant to talk with you, Mr. Haljan.”
I don't ask to be conventionally happy, but I want you always.
I am a gregarious person but not a conventionally social one.
But no, she phrases it conventionally: "Will you come and receive with me?"
You dont mean that its the conventionally honourable thing to do?
The names were conventionally used by modern imitators of these poets.
These sheets of illustrations are conventionally called "plates."
"Asides" are conventionally observed at other places besides the theatres.
"I shall dine at the Club," I said; and I wondered how either of us could speak so conventionally.
"Let's hope it'll all be over when next we meet here," said Arden conventionally.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CONVENTIONALLY
- all in all
- almost always
- as a rule
- by and large
- en masse
- for the most part
- on average
- on the whole