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classical of or pertaining to formal, composed music of the European tradition and especially to the form of this music originating in the eighteenth century. (Cf. popular, folk.) [1/3 definitions]
countertradition combined form of tradition.
customary done or practiced according to custom or tradition; usual. [1/3 definitions]
folk medicine the treatment of illness by people without formal medical training, based on common sense, tradition, or superstition, and often using herbs and other natural remedies.
forefather a predecessor in a common tradition. [1/2 definitions]
Groundhog Day February 2, on which tradition asserts that a certain groundhog comes out of its hole, and that if it sees its shadow, six more weeks of winter weather will follow.
heir a person perceived as continuing a particular tradition or style. [1/2 definitions]
heritage something that is inherited from earlier generations; tradition. [1/2 definitions]
honorarium a payment or other reward made to a professional person in recognition of services for which, by tradition, there is no set fee.
lore1 that which is known or believed about a subject, esp. that transmitted by tradition, oral means, or obscure writings. [1/2 definitions]
Low Church of or pertaining to a liberal party within the Anglican Church emphasizing evangelicalism over tradition and ritual. (Cf. High Church, Broad Church.)
Mount Sinai according to the Old Testament, the desert height on which Moses received from God the Ten Commandments and, according to rabbinic tradition, the whole body of law found in the Pentateuch and the Talmud.
myth a story or body of stories based on tradition or legend, originating in the oral history of a preliterate society and incorporating its beliefs about the origins of the world, the causes of natural events, and the origins of the society's customs and practices. [1/4 definitions]
observant careful to comply with a law, tradition, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
old school (hyph.) of or belonging to a an older tradition whose styles, values, customs, or the like are no long current. [1/2 definitions]
pastoralist one who writes in the pastoral tradition.
sib a group of persons descended unilineally from a common ancestor, either actually or by tradition. [1/3 definitions]
taboo to forbid because of social convention or tradition. [1/3 definitions]
traditional in accordance with a particular tradition. [1/2 definitions]
traditionless combined form of tradition.
trick or treat a tradition practiced by children at Halloween, consisting of calling on neighbors while dressed in a costume and saying the words "trick or treat!" in order to receive a treat such as candy. [2 definitions]