conventionally conventionally  /kən ˈvɛn ʃə nə li/


  • (adv) in a conventional manner


  1. Dismiss Obama's brief national tenure from his own lofty platform of decades in the Senate there will be no ambiguity about who has more experience as conventionally defined.
  2. Though bright, blonde and at least conventionally pretty, she had little social life outside of the office.
  3. And of the three, he was the most conventionally gorgeous.


  1. CREE's LED bulb price, efficiency, appearance is a revolution in home lighting

    LED lighting maker Cree is selling a conventionally shaped household bulb for under $10 that will last two decades. GE, Philips and others to follow in a price war.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: The Sun Press

  2. Bayne looks for win to cap whirlwind week

    NEWTON, IOWA -- Trevor Bayne doesn't do things conventionally.
    on June 8, 2013     Source: via Yahoo! Sports


  1. "The bottom line is, we don't want to misinform consumers with some sort of implied message of difference," Glenn said. "There is no difference. These foods are as safe as foods from animals that are raised conventionally."
    on Dec 28, 2006 By: Glenn Source: Forbes

  2. "It's not just about courage to take a penalty like that," Abreu said later. "It's a way of scoring. It won't count as two goals if you take it conventionally."
    on Jul 3, 2010 By: Sebastian Abreu Source: Vancouver Sun

  3. Asked by reporters how he is differentiating himself from the front-running Clinton, Obama said that on foreign policy, "I think she tends to think more conventionally at a time that we are facing a series of unconventional threats. And, so how...
    on Oct 13, 2007 By: Barack Obama Source: International Herald Tribune

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