Synonyms for Nonconformist:
recusant, nonconforming, recalcitrant, rebellious, intractable, insubordinate, wayward, unruly.
ungovernable, mutinous, mischievous, contrary, anarchistic, Disobeying, treacherous, out of control, Misbehaving, disobedient, defiant, unmanageable, treasonous, insubordinate, factious, subversive, unruly, traitorous, rebellious, intractable, undisciplined, seditious, Disregardful, wayward, disloyal, recalcitrant.
maverick, sectarian, oddball, dissident, unorthodox, beatnik, schismatic.
n.sectarian, heathen, eccentricity, extremism, Sectary, schismatic, heretic, freethinker, bad apple, dissident, separatist, dissenter, religion, infidel, separationist. •beatnik (noun)
recusant, nonconforming, dissentient, liberal, eccentric, chapelgoer, separatist, dissenter, malcontent, demonstrator, heretic, radical, protester, Sectary, iconoclast, unconformist, unorthodox.
maverick, eccentric, iconoclast, liberal, hippie, protester, malcontent, dissentient, bohemian, demonstrator, oddball, radical, protestant, beatnik, dissident, dissenter, weirdo, loner.
Sectary, separationist, separatist, schismatic.
separatist, abstract, metaphysical, separationist, theoretical, conceptual, deterministic, radical, popular, utopian, central. sectarian, Sectary, schismatic, iconoclast, heretic. •bohemian
•Other relevant words:
recusant, unorthodox, sectarian, metaphysical, abstract, protestant, hippie, unconformist, freethinker, heathen, popular, extremism, chapelgoer, central, bohemian, oddball, liberal, religion, Sectary, utopian, nonconforming, deterministic, separatist, maverick, malcontent, infidel, weirdo, conceptual, iconoclast, protester, dissident, dissenter, separationist, dissentient, theoretical, radical, beatnik, schismatic, eccentric, loner, heretic, eccentricity, demonstrator.
Usage examples for nonconformist
The Nonconformist a weekly newspaper, just then established in London, and conducted with marked ability by Mr. Edward Miall, took up the subject of a reform in Parliament, in a series of articles which powerfully argued the right of the working men to the franchise, and the necessity of an equalization of the representation. – Sketches of Reforms and Reformers, of Great Britain and Ireland by Henry B. Stanton