to conform
/kənˈfɔɹm/
verb
to think or act similar to most people in a particular society or group
conformable
/kənfˈɔːɹməbəl/
adjective
willing to go along with group behaviors, standards, or popular opinions rather than standing apart
conformance
/kənˈfɔɹməns/
noun
the act of following or obeying the rules of something particular
conformation
/kɑːnfoːɹmˈeɪʃən/
noun
the structure and positioning of all the physical components that make up an organism or object
conformist
/kənˈfɔɹmɪst/
noun
a person who goes along with majority opinions, religious norms, and cultural conventions without critical questioning
conformity
/kənˈfɔɹməti/
noun
the act of adhering to established norms, protocols, and standardized behaviors within a social system or institution
indefensible
/ˌɪndɪˈfɛnsəbəɫ/
adjective
(of theories) lacking a sustainable evidentiary or rational basis against challenges to its validity
indefinite
/ˌɪnˈdɛfənət/
adjective
not clearly defined in terms of time, quantity, quality, or outcome
indelible
/ˌɪnˈdɛɫɪbəɫ/
adjective
cannot be erased or disappeared, often leaving a trace that remains visible or detectable
permanence
/ˈpɝmənəns/
noun
the quality or state of existing across extended periods unchanged in essence
permanent
/ˈpɝmənənt/
adjective
continuing to exist all the time or remaining without change for a long time
fission
/ˈfɪʃən/
noun
(chemistry) the splitting of a heavy and unstable atomic nucleus into lighter parts
fissure
/ˈfɪʃɝ/
noun
a narrow break or division that does not completely separate or divide something
solubility
/ˌsɑɫjəˈbɪɫəˌti/
noun
the ability to dissolve in a liquid
soluble
/ˈsɑɫjəbəɫ/
adjective
(of a substance) able to break up and disperse within a fluid
solvent
/ˈsɑɫvənt/
noun
a liquid that is capable of dissolving another substance
to juggle
/ˈdʒəɡəɫ/
verb
to toss and catch or throw and skillfully keep in the air multiple objects without letting them drop
jugglery
/dʒˈʌɡəlɹi/
noun
an entertaining performance or act that involves tossing and catching of props like balls, clubs, or knives
disparate
/ˈdɪspɝɪt/, /dɪˈspɛɹɪt/
adjective
not sharing any form of similarity
disparity
/dɪˈspɛɹəti/
noun
a noticeable and often significant difference or inequality between two or more things
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