Definition of conformism in US English:

conformism

noun

  • See conformist

    • ‘When I went back to university as an adult student, (though far from ‘old’), I was shocked by the conformism and lack of social consciousness of young people.’
    • ‘If you have an ardent desire for the Lord you will steer clear of the mediocrity and conformism so widespread in our society.’
    • ‘Authentic existence is a breaking free from the conformism and conventions of the everyday that we are thrown into.’
    • ‘It's one of those untransportable American plays that, in rejecting social conformism and political correctness, ends up celebrating anything dysfunctional.’
    • ‘Multiculturalism can be invoked by minority groups to attack the conformism and conservatism of the larger society, and to pressure it to accept the new realities of openness and pluralism.’

Pronunciation

conformism

/kənˈfɔrˌmɪzəm//kənˈfôrˌmizəm/