- n.英国国教徒; 遵奉者; 墨守成规的人;
- 复数: conformists;
Your non-conformist ways will probably get you into trouble.
Victoria stood out as a dazzling non-conformist.
Mr Gordon now feels forced into an ever more conformist way of running his practice.
Although he seems to be an old-fashioned non-conformist, he is in fact a very devout Catholic.
Their views are non-conformist and their political opinions are extreme.
She's too much of a conformist to wear silly clothes.
Underneath the radical image teenagers are surprisingly conformist.
1. someone who conforms to established standards of conduct (especially in religious matters)
1. marked by conformity or convention; not corresponding to current customs or rules or styles;
"underneath the radical image teenagers are surprisingly conformist"
2. adhering to established customs or doctrines (especially in religion)