Definition of nonconformity
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How to use nonconformity in a sentence
In a way, the rain may have been comforting at a time when nonconformity seemed to have overthrown Washington’s temperature regime.We came close to a record on Saturday: For coolness|Martin Weil|May 30, 2021|Washington Post
This says a lot about views of nonconformity that it's entirely plausible he still holds.
We are too prone to party shibboleths; it is the characteristic sin which our necessary nonconformity has generated.
Nonconformity is, no doubt, amenable to the reproach of undue sectarianism and unnecessary division.
There was much nonconformity in the church which the queen ordered the bishops to correct.
During the last years of the reign the movement towards Presbyterianism was checked and nonconformity was less prominent.
The results of nonconformity in a family are just an epitome of what happens on a larger scale in the world.George Eliot's Life, Vol. I (of 3)|George Eliot