Definition of conformability in US English:

conformability

noun

  • See conformable

    • ‘In the absence of market conformability, it seems plausible to think that legislation will increase the variability in the residue-deviation gaps that are present within a society.’
    • ‘‘This imparts bidirectional tearing properties and increases the tape's conformability,’ he says.’
    • ‘Glass-fiber flashing proved to not be equal in conformability, durability and puncture resistance.’
    • ‘But it's arguable that science also requires faith, faith in the future progress of knowledge, and in the ultimate openness and conformability of the universe to the human intellect.’
    • ‘Many exhibit a resiliency that can impact their conformability in anatomically challenging areas.’

Pronunciation

conformability

/kənˌfôrməˈbilədē//kənˌfɔrməˈbɪlədi/