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nontraditional

Syllabification: non·tra·di·tion·al
Pronunciation: /ˌnäntrəˈdiSHənl
 
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Definition of nontraditional in English:

adjective

New and different from an established norm, custom, or method: moves to encourage women into nontraditional occupations
More example sentences
  • For my own printmaking, I looked for a nontraditional surface.
  • Many were raised in the church; others are determinedly secular or nontraditional spiritual seekers.
  • All 20 chapters are brief overviews of medical issues relevant to men, with the topics organized in a nontraditional way.

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