Webster 1913 Edition
Correspondence in form, manner, or character; resemblance; agreement; congruity; – followed by to, with, or between.
The end of all religion is but to draw us to a
conformitybetween the mental taste and the sensitive taste.
(Eng. Eccl. Hist.)
Compliance with the usages of the Established Church.
The king [James I.] soon afterward put forth a proclamation requiring all ecclesiastical and civil officers to do their duty by enforcing
Webster 1828 Edition
1.Likeness; correspondence with a model in form or manner; resemblance; agreement; congruity with something else; followed by to or with.
A ship is constructed in conformity to a model, or in conformity with a model.
True happiness consists in conformity of life to the divine law.
Many instances prove the conformity of the essay with the notions of Hippocrates.
3.In theology, correspondence in manners and principles; compliance with customs.
Live no in conformity with the world.