Definition of Conventionally

1. Adverb. In a conventional manner. "He usually behaves rather conventionally"

Partainyms: Conventional
Antonyms: Unconventionally



Definition of Conventionally

1. adv. In a conventional manner.

Definition of Conventionally

1. Adverb. ordinarily, by convention ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Conventionally

1. [adv]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Conventionally

conventionalised
conventionalises
conventionalising
conventionalism
conventionalisms
conventionalist
conventionalists
conventionalities
conventionality
conventionalization
conventionalizations
conventionalize
conventionalized
conventionalizes
conventionalizing
conventionally (current term)
conventionary
conventioneer
conventioneers
conventioner
conventioners
conventiongoer
conventiongoers
conventionist
conventionists
conventionnel
conventions
convents
conventual
conventually

Literary usage of Conventionally

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Four English Humourists of the Nineteenth Century by William Samuel Lilly (1895)
"And by psychology I do not mean a history of phenomena, conventionally styled psychical, but really physical. No : I mean a science of the mind or ..."

2. Monetary and Industrial Fallacies: A Dialogue by John Badlam ( Howe (1878)
"... of any particular portion of its mass is conventionally ascertained by coining. But inasmuch as miners and bullion holders cannot all conveniently coin, ..."

3. Aesthetics: A Critical Theory of Art by Henry G. Hartman (1919)
"The formula that poetry is verbal meaning, arranged and affected rhythmically and conventionally, has, therefore, a methodological as well as a truly ..."

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