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nonconform

verb non·con·form \-kən-ˈfrm\

Definition of NONCONFORM

intransitive verb
:  to fail to conform
non·con·form·er noun
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Origin of NONCONFORM

back-formation from nonconformist
First Known Use: 1681

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