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Spell check of conformation

Correct spelling: conformation

descriptor, concord, adaption, harmonization, layout, bod, grade, var., human body, material body, variant, course, variety, kind, acclimation, figure, residency, formation, phase, condition, adaptation, ossification, affinity, accord, constellation, congruence, conformism, fashion, build, keeping, agreement, frame, complaisance, signifier, strain, mannequin, conformance, acclimatization, setup, compliancy, adjustment, cast, conformity, mannikin, embodiment, agree, compatibility, chime, congruity, submission, chassis, deference, harmony, class, form, change, obligingness, physique, configuration, symmetry, sort, setout, structure, accordance, flesh, word form, accommodation, contour, physical body, soma, residence, arrangement, pattern, anatomy, manakin, manikin, unison, compliance, contour line, correspondence, shape, geometry, abidance.

material, nonconformity, disobedience, noncompliance, substance, matter, raw material, stuff, composition.

Examples of usage:

1) Physically, the Kaffre has the advantage of the Negro in the conformation of the face and skull. - "The Ethnology of the British Colonies and Dependencies", Robert Gordon Latham.

2) So the new capital was finally built upon the sloping ridge which makes the natural conformation of the peninsula, rendering it necessary to build the lateral streets into stairways in place of roadways. - "The Story of Malta", Maturin M. Ballou.

3) He was no ordinary man- either in physical or mental conformation; and his huge muscular form, crowned by a capacious head- in which glanced a pair of dark brown eyes keen as an eagle's- gave him an imposing, if not a fearful, aspect. - "The White Gauntlet", Mayne Reid.