Of, relating to, or in accord with tradition: a traditional wedding ceremony. (adjective)
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Use "traditional" in a sentence
"The term traditional diet once meant a plain, none-too-varied regional diet that was the standard fare of farmers and laborers."
"A common position on what we call traditional shamanism -- ancient and indigenous tribes with exclusive cultural rituals and cosmology -- is that it is a religion."
"We are the social workers, psychiatrists, workers at homeless shelters and rape crisis centers -- and still some people and groups blame us for the breakup of what they call the "traditional American family.""