Examples of nonconformity in a Sentence
As a teenager, he was embarrassed by his parents' nonconformity.
an artistic movement that doesn't tolerate nonconformity
Recent Examples of nonconformity from the Web
Under Nazi rule, the remedies for nonconformity were separation, torture and murder.
That whole book is about nonconformity and about rejecting being the same.
Quinn's intimate riffs on that struggle find their integrity through nonconformity, through blur and torque, through sensual tumult and honest contradiction.
For some, facial feminization is seen as bolstering restrictive stereotypes while stigmatizing gender nonconformity.
But the medical community used other terms in its Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, known as the DSM, to pathologize gender nonconformity, including transsexualism and gender identity disorder.
Tea’s reporting from Camp Trans is the opposite of the broad and ignorant way that gender nonconformity is written about in mainstream news outlets.
Accordingly, Uranian energy is defined by eccentricity, nonconformity, and extremes.
Monáe’s muse is nonconformity, but almost more as a concept than a practice.
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NONCONFORMITY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of nonconformity for English Language Learners
: failure or refusal to behave the way most people behave : failure or refusal to conform
legal Definition of nonconformity
- a lessee may revoke acceptance of a lot…whose nonconformity substantially impairs its value
- —Uniform Commercial Code
- cannot revoke an acceptance he made with knowledge of a nonconformity
- —J. J. White and R. S. Summers
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