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conventional

1. Law based upon the agreement or consent of parties
2. Arts represented in a simplified or generalized way; conventionalized
3. Bridge another word for convention
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a coherent and conventionalised symbolic system (or a coherent set of
A flat, conventionalised pattern, similar to designs by Owen Jones, signifies progressive taste, and would have immediately conveyed a sense of social realism.
He applied it in a conventionalised sense, a method linked to self-citation based on symbolic reminiscence of an earlier work (see e.
The medieval oath, though ultimately directed to God, was also fully conventionalised by society, which recognised it as a promise, if given formulaic phrases were used and a licit guarantor (God, the Virgin, the Saints) invoked.
It is hard not to see the bodiless fetes champetres, the conventionalised Venetian scenes and the unimpassioned suggestiveness of the fan designs as anything other than campy and effete.
And similarly, country club will say more than the information on the location of such a club, as considered compositionally; the expression is conventionalised to understand that one must be fairly rich to afford to become a member of a country club.