Con*form"a*ble (?), a.

1.

Corresponding in form, character, opinions, etc.; similar; like; consistent; proper or suitable; -- usually followed by to.

The fragments of Sappho give us a taste of her way of writing perfectly conformable with that character.
Addison.

Conformable to Scripture as well as to philosophy.
Whewell.

To make matters somewhat conformable for the old knight.
Sir W. Scott.

2.

Disposed to compliance or obedience; ready to follow directions; submissive; compliant.

I have been to you a true and humble wife,
At all times to your will conformable.
Shak.

3. (Geol.)

Parallel, or nearly so; -- said of strata in contact.

 

© Webster 1913.

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