Nonconformist and Rebel


Nonconformist adjective - Deviating from commonly accepted beliefs or practices.

Rebel is a synonym for nonconformist in dissenter topic. In some cases you can use "Rebel" instead the word "Nonconformist" as a noun or an adjective, when it comes to topics like objector, revolutionary, beliefs, believe as most do. popular alternative

Nearby Word: nonconformity


Rebel adjective - Given to resisting authority or another's control.
Usage example: today's rebel chefs feel free to ignore the dictates of classic French cuisine

Nonconformist is a synonym for rebel in objector topic. You can use "Nonconformist" instead the word "Rebel" as a noun or an adjective, if it concerns topics such as revolutionary, dissenter, person who does not obey. popular alternative

Nearby Word: rebelled

How words are described

old old nonconformist old rebel

Both words in one sentence

  • Series / Young Dracula She had a crush on Will who was if not strictly speaking bad a rebel and nonconformist (for example he appreciates her giving him rats as a present).
  • Planet of Hats The Doctor is very much an exception, being more of a Chaotic Good rebel and nonconformist, whom his people barely tolerate (though they sometimes need his help).
  • Most Writers Are Human Of course, Chiana, the Nebari we see the most of, is a nonconformist rebel who actively rejects her species' values.
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