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See definition of traditionalism on Dictionary.com
  • as inrigor
  • as inconservatism

synonyms for traditionalism

  • accuracy
  • austerity
  • difficulty
  • firmness
  • hardship
  • harshness
  • ordeal
  • precision
  • rigidity
  • tenacity
  • tribulation
  • vicissitude
  • affliction
  • asperity
  • conscientiousness
  • conventionalism
  • exactitude
  • hardness
  • inclemency
  • inflexibility
  • intolerance
  • meticulousness
  • obduracy
  • preciseness
  • privation
  • punctiliousness
  • roughness
  • severity
  • sternness
  • stiffness
  • stringency
  • suffering
  • thoroughness
  • trial
  • visitation
  • moderation
  • orthodoxy
  • preservation
  • conservativeness
  • reactionaryism
  • unprogessiveness
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antonyms for traditionalism

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  • calm
  • calmness
  • ease
  • happiness
  • inaccuracy
  • peace
  • pleasure
  • weakness
  • health
  • kindness
  • elasticity
  • flexibility
  • leniency
  • pliability
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    How to use traditionalism in a sentence

    In the musty traditionalism of the Marshalsea old John Dickens could easily remain optimistic.
    APPRECIATIONS AND CRITICISMS OF THE WORKS OF CHARLES DICKENSG. K. CHESTERTON
    And this streak of her father's ascetic traditionalism in Gratian always roused in him a wish to break it up.
    SAINT'S PROGRESSJOHN GALSWORTHY
    Neither traditionalism nor the theological positivism of Duns Scotus sufficed for it; it sought to rationalize itself.
    TRAGIC SENSE OF LIFEMIGUEL DE UNAMUNO
    This is a fair sample of that lazy traditionalism which Christian opinion has been constrained to follow.
    WHO WROTE THE BIBLE?WASHINGTON GLADDEN
    The motive of reverence for the soil, for the past, the motive of traditionalism, is beginning to be overheard.
    EGOISTSJAMES HUNEKER
    In the second part, he discusses traditionalism; and here again we find ourselves in perfect agreement with all his positions.
    CATHOLIC WORLD, VOL. XI, APRIL 1870-SEPTEMBER 1870VARIOUS
    His philosophy is a mixture of pantheistic ontology, rationalism, platonism and traditionalism.
    THE JESUITS, 1534-1921THOMAS J. CAMPBELL
    Naturally, the struggle between the fundamentally opposed tendencies of traditionalism and rationalism was long and bitter.
    THE NEW WORLD OF ISLAMLOTHROP STODDARD
    Chesterton stands for the later conservative reaction to all this, for ecclesiasticism, nationalism, and traditionalism.
    SIX MAJOR PROPHETSEDWIN EMERY SLOSSON
    Still more valuable perhaps is the intuitiveness of rare great minds, their traditionalism and their inherited qualities.
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    WORDS RELATED TO TRADITIONALISM

    • conservativeness
    • moderation
    • orthodoxy
    • preservation
    • reactionaryism
    • traditionalism
    • unprogessiveness
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