conformation

[ kon-fawr-mey-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF conformation

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Upon this conformation much of the delicacy of hearing depends.

How can the vices of conformation be avoided, and beauty secured?

But unhappily, nature made a mistake in our conformation, and, alas!

Because his conformation makes him utter nothing but paradoxes.

He recognized the conformation of the land and knew what was coming.

The kettle-drum has received its name from its conformation.

Water is the great agent of life or conformation as it is mobile.

The conformation of the region of the axilla was quite peculiar.

Breeding showed in him as it shows in the muscles and conformation of a race-horse.

Of Foxhound-like conformation, the frame is of stouter build altogether.

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