conventional

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  • He was in many ways a conventional king whose main interest was warfare.
  • Thus, conventional steam power is used in very few new ships.
  • Both in his religious views and his interests, Edward was a conventional man.
  • The first is the pre-conventional stage, where children experience the world in terms of pain and pleasure.
  • Shakespeare's first plays were written in the conventional style of the day.
  • One- to five-channel systems may be conventional two-way radio repeaters.
  • The concentrated heat is then used as a heat source for a conventional power plant.
  • The majority of modern wars have been conducted using the means of conventional warfare.
  • Previously a lot of this coal was too deep for conventional mining, or too far off shore.
  • Since then, many bands have changed to a more conventional hard rock, heavy metal, or electronic music sound.
  • It was much lighter than conventional designs and became very popular in England.
  • The resulting system was lighter than a conventional design for any particular amount of fuel.
  • A self-healing concrete has been developed that can also last longer than conventional concrete.
  • Treatments considered alternative in one location may be considered conventional in another.
  • Current defined in this manner is called conventional current.
  • Non-conventional methods of electricity generation also play some role.
  • Nonetheless it has been described as "one of the most conventional" of his films.
  • None of these fall under the term conventional weapons which are primarily effective due to their destructive potential.
  • During the 1950s he produced a series of non-genre, relatively conventional novels.
  • This code can run as fast as code compiled in conventional languages such as C.
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Meaning of conventional

  • adjective Following accepted customs and proprieties
    conventional wisdom, she had strayed from the path of conventional behavior, conventional forms of address
  • adjective (weapons) using energy for propulsion or destruction that is not nuclear energy
    conventional warfare, conventional weapons
  • adjective Unimaginative and conformist
    conventional bourgeois lives, conventional attitudes