[ US /kənˈfɔɹməti/ ]
[ UK /kənfˈɔːmɪti/ ]
  1. hardened conventionality
  2. acting according to certain accepted standards
    their financial statements are in conformity with generally accepted accounting practices
  3. correspondence in form or appearance
  4. orthodoxy in thoughts and belief
  5. concurrence of opinion
    we are in accord with your proposal
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How To Use conformity In A Sentence

  • Brief introduction of the quality manual for terms related to the exclusions and compliance, process description conformity, whether the reference program file.
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  • To allow only views acceptable to the government of the day is the path to centralised conformity and censorship. Times, Sunday Times
  • Hence there is in sin a peculiar inconformity to the holiness of God; which is the "macula," the "spot," "stain," and Pneumatologia
  • One can strip the fifties of its illusive aura of dull conformity without inflating cultural dissidence or generational muscle-flexing into political resistance.
  • The ranks of nonconformity thrived in an expanding economy of independency where the artisan might still feel closer to the petty capitalist than to the unskilled labourer.
  • The judge pointed out that all these activities are unconstitutional and not in conformity with Hungary's international obligations. Global Voices in English » Hungary: The Hungarian Guard Banned
  • Light drug users also had increased scores on the Compulsive scale, which suggests increased conformity to social norms.
  • The day after tomorrow lyed corn and grece will be issued to the party, the next day Poark and flour, and the day following indian meal and poark; and in conformity to that rotiene provisions will continue to be issued to the party untill further orders. should any of the messes prefer indian meal to flour Original journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1804-1806
  • Exclusion of relevant evidence because of non-conformity to some legal rule can also undermine the factual quality of acquittals.
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