Conventionally [adverb]

Definition of Conventionally:

in an official manner

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Opposite/Antonyms of Conventionally:

Sentence/Example of Conventionally:

Things can always be diversified even more, whether it’s women, people of color, whatever, wanting to make sure those narratives are told and that we’re not doing the same conventional stories.

When Michael O’Leary and Warren Valdmanis first met at Bain Capital’s offices in Asia, both were more or less conventional members of the finance profession.

This notion became conventional wisdom for many years, but by the 1980s, researchers had begun challenging the idea.

The conventional wisdom trends to treat whatever happened in the most recent election as a new Iron Law of Politics.

The conventional wisdom is that 2020 has nearly destroyed travel.

Count basting and washing the turkey among the discarded conventional wisdom.

I was ready to experiment with switching from conventional lube to chain wax.

He liked to joke that he had “designed 100 churches by the time he was 30” and by that point was fed up with conventional architecture.

The other school of thought was more in line with conventional AI.

A localized disaster that knocks out a conventional power plant offline can throw the grid into disarray, but a VPP distributed over a much larger area is much less likely to go offline in its entirety.