Conventional and Unusual
Opposite meaning words
Conventional adjective - Accepted, used, or practiced by most people.
Usage example: conventional wisdom holds that an incumbent president has an overwhelming advantage over his opponent
Both words in one sentence
- Biopic: An unusual one of Franz Kafka's, followed by a conventional one of Erin Brockovich, followed in turn by unusual films like The Informant!
Source: Creator / Steven Soderbergh
- The massive Gundam-esque "Combots" in Metal Fatigue used an unusual hybrid of conventional controls and what appeared to be a kind of motion-capture pedestal.
Source: Unusual User Interface
- Throughout the series he relies on unusual allies and narrative intuition more than conventional police tactics.
Source: Literature / Nursery Crime
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