noun /kənˈfɔːrməti/
  1. behaviour or actions that follow the accepted rules of society
    • a society of outward religious conformity
    • (in) conformity to/with something - They act in unthinking conformity to customs.
    • Governments often invoke patriotism to enforce conformity.
    • They do not observe rigid conformity to the doctrines of the church.
    • We work to ensure conformity with the customer's wishes.
    • conformity to the accepted standards
    • to achieve conformity between all the plans
Origin: late Middle English: from Old French conformite or late Latin conformitas, from conformare ‘to form, fashion’, from con- ‘together’ + formare ‘to form’.

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