Conform [verb]

Definition of Conform:

adjust, adapt

Opposite/Antonyms of Conform:

Sentence/Example of Conform:

This pack’s genius is in the ultralight molded back panels, which have cushy pads and shoulder straps that conform to men and women from five foot four to six foot two.

Today, we further that discussion with a look at how the news media is incentivized to amplify conflict and conform to extreme ideologies, where fringe groups are emerging globally and how people can keep the fringes from winning hearts and minds.

The Governor’s office is bound by and conforms to those laws.

Whether Abloh’s approach to design conforms to Kamprad’s democratic vision is hard to say.

Maynard conforms to the stereotype of the absent-minded professor in this and a handful of other ways.

In other words, there’s no such thing as a nonintersecting Klein bottle that also conforms to the special rules of symplectic space.

A title was added to the first page of this text to conform to the rest of the books in this series.

He must conform to the habits of the community, and not unreasonably disturb his neighbors, during ordinary working hours.

It is often easier as well as more advantageous to conform ourselves to other mens opinions than to bring them over to ours.

And whosoever would not conform themselves to the ways of the Gentiles, should be put to death: then was misery to be seen.