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  • n. Plural form of Nonconformist.

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Examples

  • Trench, as we have seen, gathers from the parable that the pure, or those who consider themselves pure, are not justified in leaping out of the net at their own pleasure; that is, the Nonconformists should not go and constitute conventicles beyond the pale of the Establishment.

    The Parables of Our Lord

  • I never found that the Nonconformists were the least unfriendly to me on this account.

    Fifteen Chapters of Autobiography

  • So they separated from the Established Church, and became what were called Nonconformists, -- having not only disgust of the decent ritualism of the Church, but great wrath for the bishops and hierarchy and spiritual courts.

    Beacon Lights of History

  • They were, if such a phrase may be used, Nonconformists rather than heretics; and it is possible that, if they had not been involved in the fate of less worthy neighbors, they would have been treated by the Church with leniency, and returned gradually to her communion.

    Protestantism

  • Nonconformists across America have been lambasting Valentine s Day for years, citing rampant commercialism and herd mentality as reasons for its poverty of coolness.

    Pablo Andreu: Valentine's Day Back in Style, Nonconformists Say

  • Nonconformists say that Valentine's Day is à la mode now that the majority of the population feels that it is un-cool.

    Pablo Andreu: Valentine's Day Back in Style, Nonconformists Say

  • Nonconformists say that Valentine's Day is à la mode now that the majority of the population feels that it is un-cool.

    Pablo Andreu: Valentine's Day Back in Style, Nonconformists Say

  • Nonconformists are expected to come out in droves for the amorous holiday tonight.

    Pablo Andreu: Valentine's Day Back in Style, Nonconformists Say

  • Nonconformists across America have been lambasting Valentine's Day for years, citing rampant commercialism and herd mentality as reasons for its poverty of coolness.

    Pablo Andreu: Valentine's Day Back in Style, Nonconformists Say

  • They declare their place in the apostolic succession, and snarl at those who refuse to acknowledge their rightful role (e.g., Nonconformists), yet they only "ready stand" (7) to act against "Christ's heritage," and they would "blast it if they may" (8).

    The Little Professor:

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