- un- + traditional (Wiktionary)
“Review: Williams, who specializes in untraditional science fiction, has created an ambitious novella (140 pages!) that's two parts fantasy and three parts mind-blowing sf.”
“Have you seen this book (with a very odd name: How the Other Half Worships) that is full of photos of American churches in untraditional settings?”
“Former President George W. Bush, a k a The Decider, has released a video about his forthcoming memoir, "Decision Points" in which he describes his "untraditional" approach to the writing.”
“M - Musical Theatre has more "untraditional" casting than in the past.”
“If these local papers disappear entirely (that is, if their digital versions fail), the evidence suggests that "untraditional" sources like blogs just won't be able to pick up the displaced audience.”
“That does not mean, however, that homosexuals or heterosexuals for that matter who do not want marriage, who opt for "untraditional" relationships, or just want to slut it up with whoever comes along should be looked down upon or treated as lesser.”
“In the video, Bush calls the book an "untraditional" memoir that does not simply provide an exhaustive chronological account of his life and years in office.”
“A comedy about a lesbian couple's teenage children who go looking for their biological father, 'The Kids Are All Right' is cleverly peppered with laughs in its examination of the modern 'untraditional' family.”
“If local papers disappear entirely (that is, if their digital versions fail), the evidence suggests that "untraditional" sources like blogs just won't be able to pick up the displaced audience.”
“DEAR AMY: I have what some might consider an "untraditional" question.”
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