An example of conform is wearing a uniform to work; conform with a work dress code.
To conform one's idea to another's.
A windy road that conforms to the coastline; a shirt that conforms to different body shapes.
The house conforms to specifications.
Origin of conform
- Middle English conformen from Old French conformer from Latin cōnfōrmāre to shape after com- com- fōrmāre to shape (from fōrma shape)
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition