Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
OE. tradicioun, L. traditio, from tradere, to give up, transmit. See Treason Traitor
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
L.,—trans, over, dăre, to give.
Traditions unheeded before sprang to light.
"Jewish Literature and Other Essays" by Gustav Karpeles
It was brought by the fairies, is one tradition; it was nothing of the kind, is another.
"Highways and Byways in Surrey" by Eric Parker
If the tradition is broken, the race begins again where it stood before the tradition was formed.
"Introduction to the Science of Sociology" by Robert E. Park
Weedon, it was easy to note, was battering down tradition.
"The Prisoner" by Alice Brown
Does our knowledge come originally from direct observation, from written tradition, or from oral tradition?
"Introduction to the Study of History" by Charles V. Langlois
Mother-right passed away, remaining only as a tradition, or practised in isolated cases among primitive peoples.
"The Truth About Woman" by C. Gasquoine Hartley
Secondly, the poems are by tradition aristocratic; they are the literature of chieftains, alien to low popular superstition.
"Five Stages of Greek Religion" by Gilbert Murray
Pasini says it is certainly of Egyptian manufacture, in proof of which both the character of the ornaments and tradition are invoked.
"The Shores of the Adriatic" by F. Hamilton Jackson
There is no land so full of traditional superstition as Jutland.
"A Danish Parsonage" by John Fulford Vicary
It is a specimen of composition handed down by tradition, but not a tradition itself.
"The Ethnology of the British Islands" by Robert Gordon Latham
So, I ask the wives of Lodi
For traditions of that day;
But alas! not anybody
Seems to know of such a fray.
"The Bridge Of Lodi" by Thomas Hardy
The old traditions of his State,
The memories of her great and good,
Took from his life a fresher date,
And in himself embodied stood.
"Sumner" by John Greenleaf Whittier
Assurance clear to those who fret
O'er vanished Faith and feelings fled,
That not in English homes is yet
Tradition dumb, or Reverence dead:
"A Christmas Carol" by Alfred Austin
O vain traditions! small the aid
We women gather from your lore:
Why, when the world was lost, did death
Not come our children's birth before?
"To Mrs.----" by Frances Fuller Victor
And lives wrapped in tradition's mist
These honored halls to-day are haunting,
And lips by lips long withered kissed
The sagas of the past are chanting.
"Centennial" by John Hay
Hoists Reason's sail, and for the haze
Of ocean quits Tradition's shore,
Awhile he comes, and kneels, and prays,
Then comes and kneels, but prays no more;
"The Door Of Humility" by Alfred Austin
Traditional Thanksgiving dinner will cost less this year.
Muslims traditionally break their Ramadan fasts on dates.
London Olympics champion Usain Bolt does a traditional challenge dance during the Breakers' basketball team event at their training facility at Mairangi Bay in Auckland , New Zealand, Monday, Oct 8, 2012.
Rita Braver toasts a cherished tradition.
With the value of a bachelor's degree in doubt, paths around the traditional college degree are multiplying: Turner Jankins chose culinary school over other options.
And who am I, of all people, to argue with tradition.
But the traditional backboard often caused EMT's to injure their backs.
The strings of tradition and progress echoed from the back alley.
When Seven Nations started in 1993, few bands merged traditional components of Scottish and Irish music -- including bagpipes and fiddle -- with the full-throttle kick and ferocious onstage energy of a rock band.
At Sa Bai , fresh, traditional Thai favorites are served in a tranquil setting.
There is magic in buying traditional cookies, cakes and pastries for holidays.
I ran across this recipe as I was searching for something traditional for "National Biscuit Month".
Learn how Spanish culture, traditions and history influenced his work.
Maybe its because we know that, traditionally speaking, good teams know how to win the close ones.
Irish balladeer Ed Saultz performs a program of traditional and contemporary Irish music at the Dimmick Library Annex on Sat.
An interesting class of problems to compare with is the one which traditionally is developed in CLP.
Following the tradition, we also use a(n) for a ⊗ tn .
Generalized vertex algebras generated by parafermion-like vertex operators
These systematic features have been traditionally interpreted in terms of speciﬁc components of the nuclear interaction.
Spectroscopy with random and displaced random ensembles
There are traditionally two parts to the Clifford correspondence.
Clifford correspondence for algebras
In the traditional gauge treatment of gravity, Lorentz group is localized, and the gravitational ﬁeld is not represented by gauge potential[19, 20, 21].
Gauge Theory of Gravity