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neotraditionalist

Definitions

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to neotraditionalism.
  • n. A follower or adherent of neotraditionalism.

Etymologies

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neo- +‎ traditionalist

Examples

  • Soon the singer with the smooth baritone and straight-up style revolutionized the genre, spurring the so-called neotraditionalist movement that produced some of country's biggest stars.

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  • It also established him as a neotraditionalist country act, and was followed by a string of several more platinum and multi-platinum albums throughout his career.

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  • His solos never default to blues or be-bop riffs, a welcome departure from jazz's prevailing neotraditionalist orthodoxy.

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  • SEASIDE 'PLANNERp American city planning went to hell during World War Ii, says Andres Duany, the architect who, with his wife and partner, Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk, designed the neotraditionalist town of Seaside, Fla.

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  • His album has a feeling of accumulated wisdom; like neotraditionalist Alan Jackson, Ball caters to radio conventions without losing hold of his soul.

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  • He said Archbishop Chaput had started a new seminary program, increased vocations to the priesthood and attracted "neotraditionalist Catholic movements and religious orders" to the Denver area.

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  • She points out that while she uses the term "Chinese motherhood" as shorthand for her neotraditionalist style of parenting, she states early on that many people of Chinese background don't subscribe to such methods, and many non-Chinese do.

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  • Come On Over had almost nothing to do with the honky-tonking of the latest wave of neotraditionalist country records by Randy Travis and Alan Jackson.

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