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Another word for conformist

  1. Conforming to established practice or standards

      1. A plane figure having four equal sides.
      2. Something having an equal-sided rectangular form:
      3. A T-shaped or L-shaped instrument for drawing or testing right angles.
      1. Of, relating to, or in accord with tradition:
      1. Extending continuously in the same direction without curving:
      2. Having no waves or bends:
      3. Not bent or bowed; rigid or erect:
      1. Adhering to the accepted or traditional and established faith, especially in religion.
      2. Adhering to the Christian faith as expressed in the early Christian ecumenical creeds.
      3. Of or relating to any of the churches or rites of the Eastern Orthodox Church.
      1. Of or relating to support for the political or social establishment.
      2. Of or relating to support for the official status of an established church.
      1. Based on or in accordance with general agreement, use, or practice; customary:
      2. Conforming to established practice or accepted standards; traditional:
      3. Devoted to or bound by conventions to the point of artificiality; ceremonious.
      1. Having buttons extending down the front from the collar to the waist:
      2. Fastened down by buttons:
      3. Conservative, conventional, or unimaginative:
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Another word for conformist

      1. A group of cells or organisms that are descended from and genetically identical to a single progenitor, such as a bacterial colony whose members arose from a single original cell.
      2. An organism developed asexually from another and genetically identical to it, such as an animal produced from an egg cell into which the nucleus of an adult individual has been transferred.
      3. A DNA sequence, such as a gene, that is transferred from one organism to another and replicated by genetic engineering techniques.
      1. One that closely imitates or mimics another.
      2. To act as an imitator or mimic.
      3. To imitate closely; mimic.
      1. A domesticated ruminant mammal (Ovis aries) having a thick coat, raised in many breeds for its wool, edible flesh, or hide.
      2. Any of various wild ruminant mammals related to and resembling the domestic sheep, such as the aoudad, bighorn sheep, and mouflon.
      3. Leather made from the skin of one of these animals.
      1. A narrow-minded, self-satisfied person with an unthinking attachment to middle-class values and materialism.
      1. A person belonging to the middle class.
      2. A person whose attitudes and behavior are marked by conformity to the standards and conventions of the middle class.
      3. In Marxist theory, a member of the property-owning class; a capitalist.
      1. A person who adheres to tradition, especially in cultural or religious practices
      1. One who accepts the guidance, command, or leadership of another:
      2. One who has a strong interest or pays close attention to something:
      3. A machine element moved by another machine element.
      1. (philosophy) Of, pertaining to, or supporting conventionalism
      2. (French, history) A member or supporter of the National Convention.
      3. (philosophy) A supporter or adherent of conventionalism
      1. (chemistry) any of a set of stereoisomers characterised by a conformation that corresponds to a distinct potential energy minimum
      2. (biology) A particular folded state or conformation of a protein.
      3. A person who conforms.
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