- Based on or in accordance with what is generally done or believed.
- Following accepted customs and proprieties.
- Ordinary and not different from what is usual.
Late middle english: from latin conventionalis, from conventio(n-) "agreement, convention" (see convention).
- The company uses conventional methods of advertising.
- The conventional way of doing things.
- He is a conventional thinker.
- Conventional wisdom.
- The conventional forms of address.