Conventionality (noun)

The state or quality of being conventional; adherence to traditional norms or customs.

Origin:

Mid 17th century: from conventional + -ity.

Examples:

  1. The artist's work challenges the conventionality of traditional art forms.
  2. The novel is a critique of the conventionality of society.
  3. The politician's speeches lack originality and are full of conventionality.
  4. The young woman rebelled against the conventionality of her family.
  5. The movie does not conform to the conventionality of Hollywood films.
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