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tradition
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

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Definition
a long-established or previously long-established practice or belief

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one or more practices, beliefs, or stories passed down through generations within a specific culture or group
  • Simon would have regarded with impotent fury the disturbance between the North and the South, as it left his descendants stripped of everything but their land, yet the tradition of living on the land remained unbroken until well into the twentieth century, when my father, Atticus Finch, went to Montgomery to read law, and his younger brother went to Boston to study medicine.
    p. 4.9
tradition = long-established practice
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