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conformist
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Jane Eyre
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  • I may then depend upon this child being received as a pupil at Lowood, and there being trained in conformity to her position and prospects?
  • "Not particularly so; but he has a gentleman’s tastes and habits, and he expects to have things managed in conformity to them."
  • Yes, but we are not to conform to nature; I wish these girls to be the children of Grace: and why that abundance?
  • Why, in defiance of every precept and principle of this house, does she conform to the world so openly — here in an evangelical, charitable establishment — as to wear her hair one mass of curls?
  • , of the parties, the less I felt justified in judging and blaming either him or Miss Ingram for acting in conformity to ideas and principles instilled into them, doubtless, from their childhood.
  • You will see what impetus would be given to your efforts and mine by our physical and mental union in marriage: the only union that gives a character of permanent conformity to the destinies and designs of human beings; and, passing over all minor caprices — all trivial difficulties and delicacies of feeling — all scruple about the degree, kind, strength or tenderness of mere personal inclination — you will hasten to enter into that union at once.

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  • most teenagers are surprisingly conformist within a subgroup
  • She is content with the success of a hard-working conformist.

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