traditionally

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  • Traditionally, this position has been considered as the second most important executive office in the country.
  • These parties were traditionally attended only by women, but men may also be invited.
  • Traditionally, men stand on the right and women on the left.
  • Traditionally, this has been regarded as a single regional unit despite the physical differences.
  • Certain rules have traditionally been given for this particular type of definition.
  • Traditionally, as women did not go to war, they did not bear a shield.
  • Many women were forced out of traditionally male-dominated industries after the war, however.
  • This is mainly due to the fact that women have traditionally carried out the tasks without pay.
  • Cast parties are traditionally held for most theater performances, both professional and amateur.
  • In contrast, rugby league has traditionally been seen as a working class pursuit.
  • Traditionally, the race is held primarily in the month of July.
  • Further minority languages have traditionally been spoken by regional population groups in various parts of the country.
  • The higher class women of Cuba and Spain traditionally never change their names.
  • Traditionally land, money, and titles passed through the female line.
  • Football has traditionally been regarded as the most popular sport in Korea.
  • Traditionally, even the order of placing the pieces on the board is determined.
  • Rome has traditionally been involved in the process of European political integration.
  • They are often served with fresh fruit and are traditionally followed by coffee or tea.
  • The Korean language is traditionally considered to have nine parts of speech.
  • Gun culture is strong among Serbs and traditionally important part of rural life.
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Synonyms of traditionally

Meaning of traditionally

  • adverb According to tradition; in a traditional manner
    traditionally, we eat fried foods on Hanukah