He would have been a conventionalist and epicurean, unless he had been a seer.
You're only a conventionalist, like everybody else—you're not a moralist.
Romme (brother of the conventionalist, principal author of the Calendar) laid the foundations of our very important science.
Sometimes, they force the re-baptism of infants by the conventionalist cur, and shoot at the traditional father.
The son of a conventionalist who had not favored the King's death.
It was evident John Grier's act was thought by the conventionalist to be a wicked blunder.
late 15c., "of the nature of an agreement," from Late Latin conventionalis "pertaining to convention or agreement," from Latin conventionem (see convention). Meaning "of the nature of a convention" is from 1812, now rare; "established by social convention" is from 1761; that of "following tradition" is from 1831; that of "non-nuclear" is from 1955. Realted: Conventionality; conventionally.