eccentric, schismatic, out-there, oddball, heterodox, nonconforming, unorthodox, protestant, separatist, theoretical, liberal, central, radical, deterministic, conceptual, demonstrator, unconformist, iconoclast, iconoclastic, freethinker, heathen, heretic, sectary, recusant, popular, dissenter, unconventional, dissenting, separationist, orthodox, loner, weirdo, religion, infidel, utopian, metaphysical, maverick, chapelgoer, abstract, extremism, bad apple, dissentient, beatnik, nonorthodox, Bohemian, eccentricity, sectarian, dissident, hippie, malcontent, protester
disobedient (part of speech: adjective)
disobeying, wayward, anarchistic, disloyal, ungovernable, mischievous, rebellious, factious, treacherous, intractable, treasonous, disobedient, mutinous, disregardful, contrary, recalcitrant, out of control, subversive, traitorous, undisciplined, seditious, insubordinate, unmanageable, defiant, misbehaving, unruly
- He came of Nonconformist ancestry of most marked individuality. - "Edward Caldwell Moore Outline of the History of Christian Thought Since Kant", Edward Moore.
- This is not edifying talk- as our Nonconformist parson says, when he can get no more to drink- therefore let me only tell what became of Lorna. - "Lorna Doone, A Romance of Exmoor", R. D. Blackmore.
- The fact that he was a leading Nonconformist was, I fancy, supposed to commend him in some obscure way to the Ulster party. - "The Red Hand of Ulster", George A. Birmingham.