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unconforming Line breaks: un|con¦form|ing
Pronunciation: /ʌnkənˈfɔːmɪŋ/

Definition of unconforming in English:

adjective

Failing or refusing to conform: strange that she should turn now to her unconforming husband for advice on a social situation
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  • Still unconforming, when buses took the company to its hotel each night, he went out with French dancers and other locals.
  • He would probably walk into the parsonage dressed in strict, unconforming black, and insist on speaking about breeds of dogs and how to properly prepare a pen for writing business letters.
  • He shares with Paul, and other heroes out of Irish legend who appear in Yeats's plays, the doom that must attend an unconforming spirit.

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