“I find myself and my peers thinking, ‘This current generation is so corporate, so conformist, so apolitical,’” Wolf says.
Cozens has a conscience—a conformist conscience—and is a first-class season-ticket holder.
He was a conformist to the conventionalities of the surroundings in which he was placed.
But plainly this was a sin which a conformist was quite as likely to commit as a Nonconformist.
Thus a mistake has changed me into a conformist, though I never changed my creed.
The people of Upton, great and small, conformist or nonconformist, were proud of their rector.
Many refused, including a number of the conformist ministers.
Due to the conformist spirit of the dominant crowd, native-born Americans are losing their intellectual leadership.
The preacher told the magistrates that he was a conformist, and therefore not subject to the penalties of the Act in question.
In fact, the disorders and attacks on conformist ministers were of a violence much overlooked by our historians.