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convention
used in Middlemarch

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something regarded as normal or typical
  • Like most people who assert their freedom with regard to conventional distinction, he was prepared to be sudden and quick at quarrel with any one who might hint that he had personal reasons for that assertion—that there was anything in his blood, his bearing, or his character to which he gave the mask of an opinion.
    Book 6 — The Widow and Wife (67% in)

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