- non- + traditional (Wiktionary)
“Indeed, Ms. Olsen went on, if TV shows such as "Who Do You Think You Are?" and websites like Ancestry.com haven't made cemeteries exactly chic again, they have contributed to an uptick in what she described as the "nontraditional visitor.”
“Seen here in a 2003 Fox interview, she describes what she called her nontraditional family.”
“Across the board, banks had increased their standards for subprime borrowers, or what you call nontraditional loans, loans that don't have income verification and, you know, anything that doesn't seem normal.”
“Candy sales are way up because people are selling them at what they call nontraditional places.”
“Stein's next book, which he describes as a "nontraditional ghost story," takes place on Puget Sound.”
“To Buckler, 61, it starts with ideas, or what he calls nontraditional solutions.”
“If you look at the world today when it comes to training, everybody's starting to morph off into what I call nontraditional training," Mastrov says.”
“The campaign will use what it calls nontraditional methods aimed at overcoming images of war and conflict by touting the Jewish state's scientific, cultural and other achievements.”
“This policy not only helped generate a boom in nontraditional exports but also contributed to reasonable interest-rate levels and to the prevention of capital flight.”
“The prospectus says the fund is designed to invest in nontraditional asset categories and to use strategies including "market neutral, inflation protection, commodities, real estate, floating rate loans, infrastructure and emerging markets.”
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