Existing in or as part of a tradition; long-established,
Existing in or as part of a tradition; long-established
the traditional festivities of the church year
Produced, done, or used in accordance with tradition
a traditional fish soup
Habitually done, used, or found
the traditional drinks in the clubhouse
(of a person or group) Adhering to tradition, or to a particular tradition
(of jazz) In the style of the early 20th century
consisting of or derived from tradition; "traditional history"; "traditional morality"
pertaining to time-honored orthodox doctrines; "the simple security of traditional assumptions has vanished"
(tradition) an inherited pattern of thought or action
(tradition) custom: a specific practice of long standing
(The Tradition) The Tradition is one of the five major championships recognized by the U.S.-based Champions Tour, the world's leading tour for professional golfers aged fifty and older. The inaugural event was staged in 1989.
(Tradition (album)) Tradition is the third studio album by American shred guitarist Michael Angelo Batio. It was released as a companion CD to the Jam With Angelo DVD .
(Tradition (band)) Tradition are a United Kingdom-based reggae band. They enjoyed success with UK reggae audiences in the late 1970s, and were signed by RCA Records. They split up in 1983 but reformed over twenty years later.
(Tradition (Doc Watson album)) Tradition (subtitled The Doc Watson Family) is the title of a recording by Doc Watson and Family. It was recorded in 1964 - 1965 and not released until 1977.
(Tradition (orthodox journal)) Tradition: A Journal of Orthodox Jewish Thought is a quarterly Orthodox academic journal published by the Rabbinical Council of America in association with Yeshiva University in New York City. ...
(Tradition (record label)) Tradition Records was an American record label that existed from 1955 to 1961.
(tradition) A part of culture that is passed from person to person or generation to generation, possibly differing in detail from family to family, such as the way to celebrate holidays; A commonly held system
(Traditionals) Introduced in 1996. Cymbals designed with older cymbals sounds from the 1940s and 50s in mind. Intended for musical styles as Swing and Blues. Consists mainly of lightweight designs. They are crafted from Paiste's proprietary "Signature Bronze" alloy.
(tradition) A branch of Wicca. Major traditions include Gardnerian Wicca, Alexandrian Wiccan, and Seax Wicca.
(Tradition) The living transmission of the message of the Gospel in the Church. The oral preaching of the Apostles, and the written message of salvation under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit (Bible), are conserved and handed on as the deposit of faith through the apostolic succession in the ...
(Tradition) Sets of norms, values and beliefs contained in the culture of a society and passed down from generation to generation.
(TRADITION) A group effort to keep the unexpected from happening. [Barbara Tober]
(TRADITION) A specific religion that falls in a larger religious category (eg: Greek Orthodox>Catholic>Christian or Alexandrian>Wicca>Pagan).
(TRADITION) A) The collective, historic experience and life of the Christian Community. This includes many things: history, theology, spirituality, worship (*rite), customs, literature, law and discipline, and understanding of the Bible. ...
(TRADITION) An organized subgroup within Wicca where the members follow the same working system as interpreted by one person. Compare with Types.
(TRADITION) One of the set of twelve principles which help us live.
(TRADITION) The beliefs, attitudes, tendencies, and ways of representing the world through art: traits widely shared by writers over a span of time, including common subject-matter, conventions, and genres.
(TRADITION) When capitalized, refers to specific sub-group of The Craft; also, custom
(Tradition) (1) the democracy of the dead. (2) that part of history which has proven to be of
(Tradition) (n) : 2. Something the English do really well. See binge drinking and rural rioting.
(Tradition) 1) Salvation through ossification; redemption through folklore; a fetter for the foolish. 2) A clock that tells what time it was. 3) A method of holding the many back while some man does the thing which they declare is impossible.