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nontraditionally

Definitions

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  • adverb In a nontraditional way.

Etymologies

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nontraditional +‎ -ly

Examples

  • To be glad someone is dead is a powerful taboo in our culture, and when the bereaved don't hew to society's expectations, they are ridiculed, feared and shunned -- the last thing someone grieving, however "nontraditionally," needs.

    The Stage Of Grief No One Admits To: Relief

  • Her head is covered—in piety, perhaps—but her skirt's hemline rests nontraditionally several inches above her knees.

    India's Passage to Modernism

  • Obama cannot afford to turn off his younger, nontraditionally white backers.

    CNN Transcript Jan 15, 2008

  • What's more, the second half of his dream came true: His plays are now performed everywhere, and none of them, so far as I know, has ever been cast nontraditionally.

    The Color Bind

  • What advice would you give to gay people today who are trying to find their way in nontraditionally gay professions, be that business, law, leading men in Hollywood?

    CNN Transcript Oct 10, 2005

  • All forms of Buddhism are also found throughout the world in nontraditionally Buddhist countries.

    Current Situation of Buddhism in the World

  • This is not a one-size-fits-all answer but a federal study suggests nontraditionally trained teachers have helped raise student performance.

    The Seattle Times

  • Being a fiercely independent, brainy, and nontraditionally attractive brunette, I'm such the archetypal "Don Draper Mistress."

    NOGOODFORME.COM

  • Each year more than 500 transfer students enroll; a quarter are nontraditionally aged, and a third come from the Virginia Community College System.

    U.Va. Mobile

  • Each year more than 500 transfer students enroll; a quarter are nontraditionally aged, and a third come from the Virginia Community College System.

    U.Va. Mobile

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