Another word for conventional
Established by convention
accustomed, prevailing, accepted, customary, regular, standard, orthodox, traditional, habitual, wonted, normal, typical, expected, usual, routine, general, everyday, commonplace, ordinary, plain, current, popular, prevalent, predominant, expected, well-known, stereotyped, in established usage; see also sense 2, accepted, common 1, familiar 1, habitual 1, popular 3, traditional 2.
In accordance with convention
established, sanctioned, correct, confirmed, seemly, decorous, proper, decent, fit, fitting, fixed, standard, set, conforming, conformable, fashionable, formal, ritual, ceremonious, right, precise, ceremonial, not taboo, prearranged, undivergent, undeviating, orderly, arranged, stiff, rigid, stylish, modish, comme il faut (French), according to Hoyle*; see also sense 1, fit 1.
Devoted to or bound by convention
formal, stereotyped, unoriginal, orthodox, narrow, narrow-minded, illiberal, dogmatic, conformist, insular, parochial, strict, rigid, puritanical, inflexible, hidebound, conservative, traditional, doctrinal, conforming, literal, believing, unheterodox, not heretical, canonical, scriptural, literal, bigoted, obstinate, straight-laced, stodgy, stuffy*, straight*, square*, button-down*; see also conservative, polite 1, prejudiced.
Formalized; said especially of artistic designs
conventionalized, stylized, regularized; see regular 3.
Another word for conventionaladjective
Generally approved or agreed upon:accepted, orthodox, received, recognized, sanctioned. See accept, agree, straight, usual
Conforming to established practice or standards:button-down, conformist, establishmentarian, orthodox, straight, traditional. (Slang) square. See usual
Fond of or given to ceremony:ceremonious, courtly, formal, punctilious. See courtesy