Not that Jacob and Marianne are unnatural—quite the contrary—but that their situations are conventionalised.
So, in autocratic Assyria, sculpture reaches a certain point and becomes for ever conventionalised.
It bears a slight resemblance to some conventionalised vines found in other groups.
The institutions of this cultural phase are conventionalised relations of force and fraud.
His figure, though quite intelligible, is too conventionalised to give any additional information.
Evidently there is much sophistication, not to say conventionalised affectation, in all this national attachment and allegiance.
And the common pictograph to represent the Arikara among all the surrounding tribes was a conventionalised ear of corn.
In my contempt for vulgarised and conventionalised honour I had forgotten that for me there was such a reality as honour.
Fig. 1, "Kiku-non-hana-mon," formed from the conventionalised bloom (hana) of the chrysanthemum, is the mon of the State.
Common to all the tribes of the Sching stock is the employment of conventionalised representations of the mereschu.