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tradition
used in The Count of Monte Cristo

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

and/or:

one or more practices, beliefs, or stories passed down through generations within a specific culture or group
  • —that this house, which his remained uninhabited for twenty years, must have some gloomy tradition or dreadful legend connected with it.
    Chapters 59-60 (88% in)
  • His drawing-room, under the regenerating influence of a young wife and a daughter by his first marriage, scarcely eighteen, was still one of the well-regulated Paris salons where the worship of traditional customs and the observance of rigid etiquette were carefully maintained.
    Chapters 47-48 (55% in)
  • "Are there any stories connected with this prison besides the one relating to the poisoning of Mirabeau?" asked the count; "are there any traditions respecting these dismal abodes,—in which it is difficult to believe men can ever have imprisoned their fellow-creatures?"
    Chapters 113-114 (13% in)

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