Definition of Nonconforms

1. nonconform [v] - See also: nonconform



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nonconforms

nonconformally
nonconformance
nonconformances
nonconformed
nonconformer
nonconformers
nonconforming
nonconformism
nonconformisms
nonconformist
nonconformist register
nonconformist registers
nonconformists
nonconformities
nonconformity
nonconforms (current term)
nonconfrontation
nonconfrontational
nonconfrontationally
nonconfused
noncongealing
noncongested
noncongestion
noncongestive
noncongregational
noncongruence
noncongruent
noncongruently

Literary usage of Nonconforms

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1. Art and I by Charles Lewis Hind (1920)
"Surely it is only fair to judge each artist by his performance and not by the way he conforms or nonconforms to a convention. ..."

2. History of the Church of England: From the Abolition of the Roman Jurisdiction by Richard Watson Dixon (1885)
"... 327 ; commended by Ridley, 328; his career in England, 329; he nonconforms at Berwick and Newcastle, 330, 475 ; his sermon against kneeling, 478; ..."

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