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Definitions of TRADITION
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By Noah Webster.
The oral handing down of information, opinions, doctrines, practices, etc., through successive generations, or from father to son; that which is so handed down; as, the tradition of King Arthur and the Round Table; an ancient custom or story; a story relating to historical characters but not itself based on fact; as, the tradition of George Washington and the cherry tree; any belief which owes its general acceptance to habit rather than to reason.
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By Stormonth, James, Phelp, P. H.
n. [Latin] Act of delivering into the hands of another ; delivery ; - act of handing down from mouth to mouth narratives of facts or incidents, or of transmitting from age to age customs and practices ;-especially, act or process of transmitting from age to age, or from one member or functionary of the church to another, religions doctrines, opinions, rites, ceremonies, &c. ;-sum of religious faith and observance derived from antiquity by oral communication;- that which is handed down ; an ancient doctrine or belief; an old custom or practice; popular delusion or fancy; old fable; family story; legend, &c.
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