non·con·for·mi·ty /ˌnän-kən-'fȯr-mə-tē/ n pl -ties1: failure to conform to or comply with something (as contract requirements)acceptance of goods occurs when the buyer...will take or retain them in spite of their nonconformity — Uniform Commercial Code2: a particular aspect in which something is nonconformingcannot revoke an acceptance he made with knowledge of a nonconformity — J. J. White and R. S. Summers
Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam-Webster. 1996.
aberration, abnormality, abnormity, anomalousness, anomaly, apostasy, bizarreness, Bohemianism, change, contrast, defiance, departure, deviation, difference, disagreement, disconformity, disobedience, disparity, dispute, dissent, dissidence, dissimilarity, distinctness, divergence, diverseness, diversity, eccentricity, exception, exceptionality, heresy, heterodoxy, heterogeneity, idiosyncrasy, incongruity, inconsistency, independence, individuality, irregularity, lack of agreement, nonagreement, nonconcurrence, nonuniformity, objection, originality, otherness, peculiarity, protest, protestation, recusancy, rejection, separateness, separatism, singularity, strangeness, unconformity, unconventionality, uniqueness, unlikeness, unorthodoxness, unorthodoxy, variance, variation, variety, veto
breach, deviation, difference, disaccord, discrepancy, disparity, dissent (nonconcurrence), dissidence, exception (exclusion), incompatibility (inconsistency), incongruity, inconsistency, inequality, informality, irregularity, noncompliance (nonobservance), quirk (idiosyncrasy), schism
Burton's Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006
n.An aspect of some object that does not conform to the prevailing standard for objects of that kind.
The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. Amy Hackney Blackwell. 2008.
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Nonconformity — Non*con*form i*ty, n. Neglect or failure of conformity; especially, in England, the neglect or refusal to unite with the established church in its rites and modes of worship. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
nonconformity — [n] belief, behavior different from most bohemianism, breach, contumaciousness, denial, disaffection, disagreement, disapprobation, disapproval, discordance, disobedience, dissent, eccentricity, exception, heresy, heterodoxy, iconoclasm,… … New thesaurus
nonconformity — [nän΄kən fôrm′ə tē] n. 1. failure or refusal to act in conformity with generally accepted beliefs and practices 2. [N ] refusal to accept the doctrines or follow the practices of the Anglican Church 3. lack of agreement or harmony … English World dictionary
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nonconformity — [[t]nɒ̱nkənfɔ͟ː(r)mɪti[/t]] also non conformity N UNCOUNT Nonconformity is behaviour or thinking which is different from that of most people. You re deliberately unconventional. Even your choice of clothes is a statement of your non conformity … English dictionary
nonconformity — n. 1 a nonconformists as a body, esp. (Nonconformity) Protestants dissenting from the Anglican Church. b the principles or practice of nonconformists, esp. (Nonconformity) Protestant dissent. 2 (usu. foll. by to) failure to conform to a rule etc … Useful english dictionary
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nonconformity — noun Date: 1618 1. a. failure or refusal to conform to an established church b. often capitalized the movement or principles of English Protestant dissent c. often capitalized the body of English Nonconformists 2. refusal to conform to an… … New Collegiate Dictionary