Conventional and Recognized


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Conventional adjective – Accepted, used, or practiced by most people.
Recognized and conventional are semantically related in accept topic. In some cases you can use "Recognized" instead an adjective "Conventional".
Nearby Words: convention, conventionality, conventionally, conventionalism, conventionalist
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Recognized adjective – Having a good reputation especially in a field of knowledge.
Conventional and recognized are semantically related in accept topic. You can use "Conventional" instead an adjective "Recognized".
Nearby Words: recognize, recognise, recognition, recognised, recognizable
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  • Abnormal Ammo Hodgins considered the ice bullet theory, but recognized that ice bullets would vaporize in a conventional gun due to the heat of igniting gunpowder, and since ice is less dense than lead they wouldn't do that much damage anyway.
    Source: Abnormal Ammo
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