not conforming to accepted rules or standards
"her unconventional dress and hair style"
not conventional or conformist
"unconventional life styles"
improper, unconventional, unlawfuladjective
not conforming to legality, moral law, or social convention
"an unconventional marriage"; "improper banking practices"
Something or someone that is unconventional.
Not adhering to convention or accepted standards
Out of the ordinary
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
un-kon-ven′shun-al, adj. not conventional, free in one's ways.—n. Unconventional′ity.
The numerical value of unconventional in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of unconventional in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
For years, [ the ] LG smartphone was known for its unconventional and innovative features, while these features helped LG differentiate itself from other mainstream brands, most consumers did not find much practical value in these features.
It was life or death, those betting against the company were right by all conventional standards that we would fail. But they just did not count on this unconventional situation of creating an assembly line in a parking lot in a tent.
All these mothers and fathers bring me the placemats with all the presidents, and they bring their daughters, and they say, 'My daughter has a question for you.' And the daughter says, 'How come there are no girls on this placemat?' i think that's a pretty big unconventional choice.
It was an unconventional way to score a run, but that was Royals baseball, the Royals ' did it on speed and athleticism.
That was really, really smart because most candidates aren't doing events where the candidate isn't the highlight but a side detail, it burnishes his credentials as unconventional and focuses on value issues and family and he did it in a way that is nonthreatening. It was almost like a circus.
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- poco convencionalSpanish
- epätavallinen, epätavanomainenFinnish
- non conventionnelFrench
- לא קונבנציונאליHebrew
- konvenciókhoz nem ragaszkodóHungarian
- non convenzionaleItalian
- neconvențional, atipicRomanian
- нетрадиционный, атипичный, нешаблонный, нетипичный, нестандартный, необычныйRussian
- غیر روایتیUrdu
- độc đáoVietnamese
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