Spell check of conventional
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accepted, approved, customary, established, orthodox, prevalent, sanctioned, standard, traditional, Passed, Condoned, card-carrying, arrived at.
dominant, halfway, mean, median, mediocre, medium, mezzo, mid, middle-of-the-road, middling, midmost, moderate, predominant, run-of-the-mill, stereotype, usual, average, common, commonplace, customary, everyday, normal, ordinary, standard, stock.
accepted, accustomed, button-down, commonplace, correct, current, customary, decorous, everyday, expected, fashionable, formal, general, habitual, ordinary, orthodox, plain, popular, predominant, prevailing, prevalent, proper, regular, ritual, routine, square, standard, stereotyped, straight, traditional, tralatitious, typical, usual, well-known, wonted, in established usage.
complying, conforming, conformist, congruous, consist, correct, formal, mannerly, obedient, proper, submissive, Acquiescing, Adhering, Aping, customary, regular, traditional.
a must, conforming to accepted standards.
chic, chichi, coordinated, dapper, dashing, decorous, fancy, fashionable, modal, natty, rakish, refined, ritzy, showy, slick, smart, snappy, stylish, swank, up-to-date, vogue, Tony.
accustomed, common, conditioned, custom, habitual, recurrent, regular, repetitious, routine, timeworn, well-worn, Acclimated, Familiar, disciplined.
out-of-date, timeworn, old-hat, played out, well-worn, old chestnut, old saw, old-chestnut, old-saw, out of date, out-dated, played-out.
second-rate, SOSO, secondrate, fairish, no great shakes, of poor quality.
neat as button, to rights, all together, in order, uncluttered, in shape, in good shape, in apple-pie order, neat as pin, set-up.
good, well-established, buttoned-down, doctrinal, in line, according to the book.
small town, inward-looking.
average, canonical, chronic, commonplace, constant, continual, cyclical, epochal, everyday, frequent, general, monotonous, mundane, normal, ordinary, periodic, prevailing, recurrent, rhythmic, steady, stock, universal, Predominating, metronomic, accustomed, common, customary, habitual, orthodox, regular, routine, standard, traditional, usual, Familiar.
puffy, self-important, humorless, prim and proper.
longstanding, taken for granted, Folker.
unexceptional, unimpressive, nothing special, nothing to write home about.
bigoted, bourgeois, conforming, conservative, demure, doctrinal, dogmatic, drippy, hackneyed, hidebound, humdrum, illiberal, inflexible, insular, isolationist, lame, literal, moderate, moral, narrow, narrow-minded, obstinate, parochial, pedestrian, predictable, prosaic, puritanical, rigid, rube, run-of-the-mill, sober, solemn, strict, stuffy, uptight, straight-laced, in rut, not heretical.
unrecorded, unformulated, word-of-mouth.
on the defensive, old fashioned, oldfashioned.
accepted, button-down, buttoned-down, ceremonious, conservative, customary, established, formulaic, nonrepresentational, orthodox, received, schematic, square, stereotyped, stereotypic, stereotypical, stodgy, straight, stuffy, traditional, unimaginative.
Examples of usage:
– Burke by John Morley
– The English Language by Robert Gordon Latham
– A Breath of Prairie and other stories by Will Lillibridge
– Cow-Country by B. M. Bower
– The Automobilist Abroad by M. F. (Milburg Francisco) Mansfield