Definition of "conventionally" [con•ven•tion•al•ly]
Ordinarily, by convention(adverb)
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Use "conventionally" in a sentence
"“The 1948 Generation,” a term conventionally used to frame the Israeli artistic creation of the decade between 1945 – 1955, responded to the declaration of the State of Israel and the ensuing war with works of art whose main theme is sacrifice, generally featuring male figures."
"What a label conventionally refers to can never be identical with its basis for labeling."
"A term conventionally used to designate a "Popish Plot" which, during the reign of Charles II of England, Titus Oates pretended to have discovered."