conventional


conventional
con·ven·tion·al /kən-'ven-chə-nəl/ adj
1: based on, settled by, or formed by agreement: contractual compare judicial 2, legal 2c
2: of, like, or relating to a convention or public meeting

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

conventional
I adjective acceptable, accepted, accustomed, approved, classical, common, conformable, conforming, conforming to accepted standards, customary, established, established by general consent, everyday, familiar, fitting, fixed, general, habitual, in established usage, long-established, natural, normal, of long standing, ordinary, orthodox, permanent, prevalent, regular, routine, standard, time-honored, tradition-bound, traditional, translaticius, typical, usual, widely used, wonted associated concepts: conventional interest, conventional life estate, conventional mortgage, conventional obligation, conventional sequestration, conventional subrogation, conventional trust II index accustomed (customary), average (standard), boiler plate, common (customary), customary, familiar (customary), formal, household (familiar), mundane, nondescript, normal (regular), ordinary, orthodox, popular, prevailing (current), prevalent, proper, regular (conventional), right (suitable), routine, standing, traditional, trite, typical, uniform, usual

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006


conventional
Derived from or contingent upon the mutual agreement of the parties, as opposed to that created by or dependent upon a statute or other act of the law.

Dictionary from West's Encyclopedia of American Law. 2005.


conventional
Derived from or contingent upon the mutual agreement of the parties, as opposed to that created by or dependent upon a statute or other act of the law.

Short Dictionary of (mostly American) Legal Terms and Abbreviations.

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  • Conventional — Con*ven tion*al, a. [L. conventionalis: cf. F. conventionnel.] 1. Formed by agreement or compact; stipulated. [1913 Webster] Conventional services reserved by tenures upon grants, made out of the crown or knights service. Sir M. Hale. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • conventional — [kən ven′shə nəl] adj. [LL conventionalis] 1. having to do with a convention or assembly 2. of, sanctioned by, or growing out of custom or usage; customary 3. a) depending on or conforming to formal or accepted standards or rules rather than… …   English World dictionary

  • conventional — [adj1] common, normal accepted, accustomed, button down, commonplace, correct, current, customary, decorous, everyday, expected, fashionable, formal, general, habitual, in established usage, ordinary, orthodox, plain, popular, predominant,… …   New thesaurus

  • Conventional — (Conventionell, v. lat.), einer Convention gemäß, worüber man einig geworden ist. Conventionalfrist, eine Frist, über welche die processirenden Parteien unter Genehmigung des Richters übereingekommen sind. Conventionalstrafe, was eine Person… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • conventional — (adj.) late 15c., of the nature of an agreement, from L.L. conventionalis pertaining to convention or agreement, from L. conventionem (see CONVENTION (Cf. convention)). Meaning of the nature of a convention is from 1812, now rare; established by… …   Etymology dictionary

  • conventional — formal, ceremonious, *ceremonial, solemn Analogous words: *decorous, proper, seemly, decent: *correct, right, precise Antonyms: unconventional Contrasted words: *negligent, slack, lax, remiss: *natural …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • conventional — ► ADJECTIVE 1) based on or in accordance with convention. 2) following social conventions; not individual or adventurous. 3) (of weapons or power) non nuclear. DERIVATIVES conventionalist noun conventionality noun conventionalize (also… …   English terms dictionary

  • conventional — con|ven|tion|al [ kən venʃnəl ] adjective *** 1. ) usually before noun of the usual, traditional, or accepted type, instead of being new and different: You can cook the meat either in a microwave or in a conventional oven. He wanted a… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English


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