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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtraditionalisttra‧di‧tion‧al‧ist /trəˈdɪʃənəlɪst/ AWL noun [countable]  CONVENTIONALsomeone who respects tradition and does not like changetraditionalist adjective
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traditionalistRay, on the other hand, is more of a traditionalist.I'm something of a traditionalist myself, I'd much rather use pen and paper than a word-processor.Some of these are avowed traditionalists.There will be traditionalists who lament the change, but the company's founder was no traditionalist.For traditionalists, Marks has included all the familiar recipes as well.The government looked so vulnerable that even irreproachable traditionalists among the landowning nobility concluded that political reform was inescapable.There are still many traditionalists in the church who strongly oppose the idea of women priests.Voters here have always been drawn to against-the-grain outsiders who make a career of thumbing their noses at party traditionalists.And now the one the players have chosen themselves on a split vote is sure to anger the traditionalists.The traditionalists who cling to uptight Wall Street business wardrobes and rooms full of Hepplewhite reproductions are exiled to style Siberia.
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