traditional[ truh-dish-uh-nl ]SEE DEFINITION OF traditional
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TRADITIONAL
It seemed to me to have a sanctity just because it was traditional.
They can be acquired only by living in an organized community in which they are traditional.
This practical morality will serve us better than any traditional code.
Paine had no sense for the mystery and poetry of traditional religion.
Godwin starts by rejecting the traditional conception of punishment.
It is based on theological juggling and traditional sophisms.
As such, they may not be included but be appended to the traditional text.
But these traditional examinations test for what is temporary and accidental.
Florence, however, saw it, with the traditional clearness of an invalid.
Such is the traditional account of Lingard's visit to the shores of Boni.