Disconformity Dis`con*form"i*ty, n. Want of conformity or correspondence; inconsistency; disagreement. Those . . . in some disconformity to ourselves. --Milton. Disagreement and disconformity betwixt the speech and the conception of the mind. --Hakewill., Nonconformity Non*con*form"i*ty, n. Neglect or failure of conformity; especially, in England, the neglect or refusal to unite with the established church in its rites and modes of worship., Preconformity Pre`con*form"i*ty, n. Anticipative or antecedent conformity. --Coleridge., Unconformity Un`con*form"i*ty, n. 1. Want of conformity; incongruity; inconsistency. --South. 2. (Geol.) Want of parallelism between strata in contact. Note: With some authors unconformity is equivalent to unconformability; but it is often used more broadly, for example, to include the case when the parallelism of strata once conformable has been disturbed by faulting and the like.