untraditionally


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untraditionally

(ˌʌntrəˈdɪʃənəlɪ)
adv
in an untraditional fashion; not traditionally
References in classic literature ?
And when these things unite in a man of greatly superior natural force, with a globular brain and a ponderous heart; who has also by the stillness and seclusion of many long night-watches in the remotest waters, and beneath constellations never seen here at the north, been led to think untraditionally and independently; receiving all nature's sweet or savage impressions fresh from her own virgin voluntary and confiding breast, and thereby chiefly, but with some help from accidental advantages, to learn a bold and nervous lofty language --that man makes one in a whole nation's census --a mighty pageant creature, formed for noble tragedies.
Untraditionally, Kotch also has a private nail spa and minigym.
Taking notes on how these individuals found solutions to their problems, via thinking untraditionally, redefining the problem, changing the parameters of their challenges, and more, "Project: Impossible" is a strong addition to inspirational business and management collections.
However, to conceive of it as opposed to divine-human communion would be to conceive of it untraditionally.
This original fan-funding mechanism unlocks new possibilities around the world for untraditionally organised live experiences.
When PIA flight PK-2801 having 329 pilgrims onboard left for Jeddah from Quetta airport, untraditionally, no government official had come to the airport to see-off the pilgrims for the holy journey.
He signed popularly known Juba declaration with President Salva Kiir that buried the hatchet between their two rival groups SSDF and SPLA that made him deputy Commander-in-chief, an untraditionally existing post in several countries the world over.
The wedding: Maggie and her brother Brian Shears, 65, travelled to the church in a black-and-cream wedding car and arrived untraditionally early for the ceremony.