Soon, he introduced silhouettes that conformed to the body, spaghetti straps, and dresses that looked like lingerie.
He conformed indeed to the established worship; but his was a local and occasional conformity.
Scott was satisfied with the explanation, for it conformed with what he found in his book.
The individuals varied as the years of childhood lengthened, but they all conformed to type.
All his predecessors, as far as I can remember, conformed to the regulation.
The proof, it appears, ought to have conformed to the precedent set by certain trials of Fenians in England.
For his own part, he conformed to the religious law and customs.
He conformed to their taste; he flattered their foibles and obsequiously bowed to the minutia of female volatility.
Yet Mme. Ricard had nothing about her that was conformed to the fashions of the day.
Few of them, outside of the cities, have conformed appreciably to French customs.
mid-14c., confourmen, from Old French conformer "conform (to), agree (to), make or be similar, be agreeable" (13c.), from Latin conformare "to fashion, to form, to shape; educate; modify," from com- "together" (see com-) + formare "to form" (see form (v.)).
Sense of "to comply with the usages of the Church of England" is from 1610s; hence conformist (1630s), opposed to non-conformist or dissenter. Related: Conformance; conformed; conforming.