orthodox vs unorthodox
conforming conforming adj. 1. adhering to established customs or doctrines, especially in religion, as e.g. Orthodox Judaism. [Narrower terms: {orthodox (vs. unorthodox)}]

Syn: conformist. [WordNet 1.5]


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