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traditional (adj.)

1590s, "observing traditions;" c. 1600, "handed down as tradition," from tradition + -al (1). In reference to jazz, from 1950. Related: Traditionally; traditionalist.

There is no hope in returning to a traditional faith after it has once been abandoned, since the essential condition in the holder of a traditional faith is that he should not know he is a traditionalist. [Al Ghazali]

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Definitions of traditional

traditional (adj.)
consisting of or derived from tradition;
traditional history
traditional morality
traditional (adj.)
pertaining to time-honored orthodox doctrines;
the simple security of traditional assumptions has vanished
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