unconventionality

[ uhn-kuh n-ven-shuh-nal-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF unconventionality

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Unconventionality reigned in that house, and they were together an hour.

Harriet's conscience could be quite as tiresome as Philip's unconventionality.

The secret was unconventionality and absolute naturalness with no "shibboleths."

Hitherto, their friendliness to her could not be construed into approval of her unconventionality.

He has always gone in for unconventionality, and parents nowhere, and so forth.

Leonardo was struck by the unconventionality of what he had heard.

He was too far gone in unconventionality to spend a night under a decent roof.

Its character is fragmentary, and its unconventionality is obvious.

It was the freedom and unconventionality of the company that charmed him.

After all, the element of unconventionality was absent from Deane's tea-party.

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