Examples of traditionalism in a Sentence
a staunch supporter of grammatical traditionalism, my English teacher didn't care what the experts in linguistics said
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The film is the second for writer-director Desiree Akhavan, whose 2014 family comedy Appropriate Behavior suggested a director with an eye for the divide between traditionalism and the modern world.
When the Reform Jews of Germany adopted the privatized religious model of Christianity, another German Jew, Samson Raphael Hirsch, responded with the new traditionalism of Orthodoxy.
Certainly, the Academy itself, once a bastion of old white male traditionalism, is changing to include more diverse and younger perspectives.
Meanwhile, representatives of the newly dynamic Church in the global South—especially Africa, where Catholicism is in a pitched battle with charismatic and, often, prosperity-promising denominations—have hewed to traditionalism.
The major nominees were indeed far more diverse, but in the end, the winners reflected a sense of traditionalism.
The result provides ample ammunition for opponents of Charles’s traditionalism.
In the way that country singers often revert to traditionalism after they’re done pushing against the genre’s boundaries, Eminem may well be on his way to becoming a rap classicist.
The traditionalism of the West Side can seem insular and stubborn to some, and insistence of low prices not conducive to culinary experimentation.
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