- n. Plural form of conformist.
“We have become a nation of 'conformists' aka 'followers'.”
“We're a land of paradoxes in so many ways that its almost farcical, a land of rebels and conformists, philanthropists and con artists, murderers and poets.”
“HR people are for the most part anti-intellectual, anti-political conformists.”
“A smart essay in geopolitics and realpolitik that does not foresee a rosy future for conformists.”
“He thinks it grooms conformists, and that middle-class parents would find it anathema.”
“As I got older, my type included the underdog, starving artists, non-conformists, lone wolves, the brilliant but under-employed.”
“Rather than showing how yesterday's rebels become today's conformists, Tatchell's life illustrates a rarer and nobler theme: how a commitment to freedom for some can meld seamlessly into a commitment to freedom for all.”
“And how come the people clearly cheating aren't badgered and belittled as the non-conforming non-conformists that they are! questions ... questions ...”
“Sexually deprived prudes, societal conformists and ideals, irational human sensitivities, traditions, and cultural morals, stupid religion and all that human made up BS should eat crap and disappear from a rational reality because all these things are irrational human endeavors and idiotic ideas.”
“Things in my personal life that helped inspire the book, perhaps that I was brought up on public-school novels [note: British public-school is similar to US private or preparatory school] and became interested in that whole into war public school ethos and the oddballs it often produced -- rebels like Sandy and Bernie and conformists like Harry who sometimes found themselves questioning things in the very different world of the war.”
Looking for tweets for conformists.