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After all, plenty of folks would be amenable to, or perhaps even charmed by, the idea of an untraditional marriage.
Very different—many people would do salmon for Thanksgiving, which may sound untraditional.
An untraditional campaign topic, private equity is actually a foreign idea to many voters.Romney Attacks Obama Over ‘Public’ Equity Job Slashing|Daniel Stone|May 29, 2012|DAILY BEAST
So far, she appears to be enjoying this untraditional tour immensely.
His nonconformist work is a perfect fit for Valmorbida and Roitfeld, who are rather untraditional art dealers themselves.
She carries everything before her by the grace of her untraditional movements.Saunterings in and about London|Max Schlesinger
Logic, if untrammelled, has a way of leading to untraditional conclusions.Medival Heresy and the Inquisition|A. S. Turberville
I need scarcely add that the untraditional point of view will contain little or no original matter.The Promise Of American Life|Herbert David Croly