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tradition
used in Sycamore Row

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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
  • He's from the old school, the old South, old family ties and traditions.
    p. 410.7
  • Jake had been a skinny sophomore quarterback playing for Karaway, a much smaller school that for some reason kept the tradition of getting stomped each year in the season finale against Clanton.
    p. 34.9
  • Jake knew the State had a long, sordid tradition of cash for pardons, but he refused to believe the Yawkey family could have been sophisticated enough to pull off a bribe.
    p. 228.3
  • In the best military tradition, she instantly blurted, "Keep his big ass in jail."
    p. 257.1
  • And these were just the most memorable highlights of a chaotic and sloppily lived life, one he would have happily traded long ago for something more traditional.
    p. 264.6
  • But traditional was not in the cards for Ancil Hubbard.
    p. 264.6

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