|(British) traditional, conservative; time-honored||trad|
|able to be used alone, at no charge; freely, in a free manner, costing nothing, disregarding traditional limitations, favorable, giving something readily, liberated; released; possessing liberty; available; exempt; given at no charge; plentiful; unrest...||free|
|affectedly traditional//foll., familiar, casual; friendly, sociable, followed, in style of folk traditions||folksy|
|allegory or parable, ancient story, myths collectively, somebody or something fictitious, symbolic character or story, traditional story about supernatural beings or imaginary people that narrates a common belief or explains some natural phenomenon; fa...||myth|
|always fashionable, creation that serves as an example to be followed (outstanding piece of art, excellent book, etc.); something worth remembering; something traditional, definitive, excellent; timeless; traditional; serving as a model (in art and lit...||classic|
|application of a cupping glass to draw blood to the surface of the body for relieving internal congestion (Traditional Chinese Medicine therapy), use of cupping glass||cupping|
|application of traditional standards, strict adherence to purity in behavior (or speech, etc.)||purism|
|assortment, olla, traditional Spanish and Latin American stew||olla podrida|
|authentic piece of art, creative, creative person, eccentric person, first, first version, primary; innovative, creative; novel, new, not traditional, source for copies, source from which something arises, originator; prototype, model; original work (a...||original|
|be different, behaving differently or unacceptably, somebody behaving differently from traditional norm, someone or something that deviates from the norm, turn aside; depart from, diverge; digress, turn from||deviate|
|belief in transmission of divine revelation, doctrines of people who prefer traditional values and lifestyle, respect for tradition||traditionalism|
|believer in traditional standards, one who strictly adheres to purity of behavior (or speech, etc.)||purist|
|Brahmanism, brahminism, system of beliefs followed by the Brahmans and other orthodox Hindus (Hinduism), traditional Hinduism||Brahminism|
|bullfight, traditional spectacle in which a matador and his assitants fight and generally kill a bull (common in Spain, Portugal and Latin America)||corrida|
|chili, type of spicy red pepper; traditional southwest American and Mexican spicy chili pepper dish with meat||chilli|
|Chinese dynasty, Chinese dynasty (1368-1644), dynasty marked by the restoration of traditional institutions and the development of the arts||Ming|
|Christian with traditional African beliefs, of Zionism, of the movement that promotes Jews returning to and rebuilding Israel, pertaining to Zionism, one who practices Zionism, one supporting the movement that promotes Jews returning to and rebuilding ...||Zionist|
|classic, excellent; timeless; traditional; serving as a model (in art and literature); of or pertaining to Greek and Roman antiquities, excluding quantum theory and relativity, in ancient Greek or Roman style, knowledgeable about ancient Greece and Rom...||classical|
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