Antonyms for nonconformist
|Grammar : Adj, noun|
|Spell : non-kuhn-fawr-mist|
|Phonetic Transcription : ˌnɒn kənˈfɔr mɪst|
Definition of nonconformist
- adj unwilling to behave, believe as most do
- noun person who goes against normal behavior, beliefs
- He was the first Nonconformist who had been marked for arrest.
- Extract from : « Bunyan » by James Anthony Froude
- She asked me whether I did not know that Hicks was a Nonconformist.
- Extract from : « The Historical Nights' Entertainment » by Rafael Sabatini
- Clithering is a Nonconformist, and therefore a man of tender conscience.
- Extract from : « The Red Hand of Ulster » by George A. Birmingham
- The word "Nonconformist" is objectionable for a similar reason.
- Extract from : « The Story of the Upper Canada Rebellion, Volume 1 » by John Charles Dent
- Certainly a Nonconformist conscience could not have flourished in de Vere's household.
- Extract from : « John Lyly » by John Dover Wilson
- Arthur Allway was her cousin, the son of a Nonconformist Minister.
- Extract from : « All Roads Lead to Calvary » by Jerome K. Jerome
- “Whoso would be a man must be a nonconformist,” Emerson says.
- Extract from : « Mary Wollstonecraft » by Elizabeth Robins Pennell
- Tyndal the Reformer, and Baxter the famous Nonconformist were preachers in this church.
- Extract from : « The History of London » by Walter Besant
- She had, as the English would say, the Nonconformist temperament.
- Extract from : « The Good Soldier » by Ford Madox Ford
- If; for instance, he had been some 'impossible' Nonconformist Radical!
- Extract from : « The Patrician » by John Galsworthy
Synonyms for nonconformist
- different breed
- fish out of water
- night person
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