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conformist

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconformistcon‧form‧ist /kənˈfɔːmɪst $ -ɔːr-/ AWL adjective  CONVENTIONALthinking and behaving like everyone else, because you do not want to be different, or forcing people to do this – often used to show disapprovalnonconformist a country with a conformist education systemconformist noun [countable]
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conformistThe era ended in reaction: evangelical, political, romantic, conformist.Among the non conformist Churches would be the Congregationalists and Baptist Churches.Our children's creativity is being beaten down by the conformist educational system.Your problem is that you are too conformist in your thinking.Lagrange's outspoken views have left him well outside the conformist political mainstream.The land of the free is often a very conformist society.
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