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The Count of Monte Cristo
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conformist
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • What has happened is quite natural, and in conformity with the law of reprisals.
  • And has he conformed to all that the letter specified?
  • Only I warn you, that when I reside in a country, I conform to all its code, and I have no wish to put myself within the compass of the French laws for your sake.
  • "Really, all you have related to me is exceedingly interesting," said Monte Cristo, observing the young man with a gloomy satisfaction; "and you have done well to conform in everything to the wishes of my friend Sinbad; for your father is indeed here, and is seeking you."
  • "Until that time," continued the young girl in a calm and self-possessed tone of voice, "we will conform to circumstances, and be guided by the wishes of our friends, so long as those wishes do not tend finally to separate us; in a word, and I repeat it, because it expresses all I wish to convey,—we will wait."

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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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