convention

All Noun
71,960 examples (0.08 sec)
  • Following convention, this is called back-to-back-to-back-to-back.
  • In this two-night and three-day convention, a wide range of activities take place.
  • Model names would follow the brand name in the same convention as today.
  • Despite this support, at the state convention he was a dark horse candidate.
  • For these reasons v is sometimes used instead by convention.
  • International conventions take place in different areas of the United States each year.
  • The executive committee of the constitutional convention called the members together in July.
  • The origin of this convention has not yet been settled.
  • Consequences may include ignoring some other convention that has until now been followed.
  • This convention is not always followed, and not explained to the average person clearly.
  • The convention is to write the first name followed by middle names and surname.
  • It is an organization established by the Law of the Sea Convention.
  • The modern convention is for the instruments to have independent parts.
  • Many paper size standards conventions have existed at different times and in different countries.
  • During his term, he proposed the development of a convention center to attract more business to the city.
  • At times, he appears to be completely removed from reality and modern conventions.
  • The pieces are divided, by convention, into white and black sets.
  • The direction used in a writing system is entirely arbitrary and established by convention.
  • However, several conventions have also been opened for signature to non-member states.
  • Both of these conventions continue to take place each year.
  • Next »

Meaning of convention

  • noun A large formal assembly
    political convention
  • noun Something regarded as a normative example
    the convention of not naming the main character, violence is the rule not the exception, his formula for impressing visitors
  • noun (diplomacy) an international agreement
  • noun The act of convening