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1. Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0
Christian, accepted, accordant, accustomed, acknowledged, admitted, agreed, anal, approved, authentic, authoritative, average, being done, bourgeois, button-down, canonical, ceremonial, ceremonious, comme il faut, common, commonplace, compulsive, concordant, conformable, conformist, conscientious, conservative, constrained, consuetudinary, contractual, correct, corresponding, covenantal, current, customary, de rigueur, decent, decorous, established, evangelical, everyday, faithful, familiar, fastidious, firm, fixed, folk, formal, formalistic, garden, garden-variety, generally accepted, habitual, hallowed, handed down, harmonious, heroic, hieratic, hoary, household, immemorial, in accord, in keeping, in line, in step, inveterate, kosher, legendary, literal, liturgic, long-established, long-standing, meet, middle-class, moderate, mythological, naive, natural, nice, no great shakes, normal, normative, obtaining, of long standing, of the faith, of the folk, old hat, old-fashioned, oral, ordinary, orthodox, orthodoxical, pedantic, plastic, pompous, popular, precise, precisianistic, predominating, prescribed, prescriptive, prevailing, prevalent, proper, punctilious, reactionary, received, recognized, regular, regulation, reliable, responsible, right, ritual, ritualistic, rooted, run-of-mine, run-of-the-mill, sacerdotal, scriptural, scrupulous, seemly, set, simple, sober, solemn, sound, square, standard, stately, stock, stodgy, straight, stuffy, suburban, temperate, textual, time-honored, traditional, traditionalist, traditionalistic, tried and true, true, true-blue, understood, unexceptional, universal, unnoteworthy, unremarkable, unsophisticated, unspectacular, unwritten, uptight, usual, venerable, vernacular, well-mannered, widespread, wonted, worshipful
Dictionary Results for conventional:
1. WordNet® 3.0 (2006)
conventional
    adj 1: following accepted customs and proprieties; "conventional
           wisdom"; "she had strayed from the path of conventional
           behavior"; "conventional forms of address" [ant:
           unconventional]
    2: conforming with accepted standards; "a conventional view of
       the world" [syn: conventional, established]
    3: (weapons) using energy for propulsion or destruction that is
       not nuclear energy; "conventional warfare"; "conventional
       weapons" [ant: atomic, nuclear]
    4: unimaginative and conformist; "conventional bourgeois lives";
       "conventional attitudes" [ant: unconventional]
    5: represented in simplified or symbolic form [syn:
       conventional, formal, schematic]
    6: in accord with or being a tradition or practice accepted from
       the past; "a conventional church wedding with the bride in
       traditional white"; "the conventional handshake"
    7: rigidly formal or bound by convention; "their ceremonious
       greetings did not seem heartfelt" [syn: ceremonious,
       conventional]

2. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Conventional \Con*ven"tion*al\, a. [L. conventionalis: cf. F.
   conventionnel.]
   1. Formed by agreement or compact; stipulated.
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            Conventional services reserved by tenures upon
            grants, made out of the crown or knights' service.
                                                  --Sir M. Hale.
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   2. Growing out of, or depending on, custom or tacit
      agreement; sanctioned by general concurrence or usage;
      formal. "Conventional decorum." --Whewell.
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            The conventional language appropriated to monarchs.
                                                  --Motley.
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            The ordinary salutations, and other points of social
            behavior, are conventional.           --Latham.
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   3. (Fine Arts)
      (a) Based upon tradition, whether religious and historical
          or of artistic rules.
      (b) Abstracted; removed from close representation of
          nature by the deliberate selection of what is to be
          represented and what is to be rejected; as, a
          conventional flower; a conventional shell. Cf.
          Conventionalize, v. t.
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