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con·form·ist / kənˈfôrmist/ • n. a person who conforms to accepted behavior or established practices. ∎  Brit., chiefly hist. a person who conforms to the practices of the Church of England. • adj. (of a person or activity) conforming to accepted behavior or established practices; conventional. DERIVATIVES: con·form·ism / -ˌmizəm/ n.

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