1. Correspondent; having the same or similar external form, or shape; like; resembling; as an edifice conformable to a model or draft.
2. Having the same or similar manners, opinions or moral qualities.
The Gentiles were not made conformable to the Jews, in that which was to cease at the coming of Christ.
3. Agreeable; suitable; consistent; as, nature is conformable to herself.
4. Compliant; ready to follow directions; submissive; obsequious; peaceable; disposed to obey.
I have been to you a true and humble wife, At all time to your will conformable.
It is generally followed by to, but good writers have used with. In its etymological sense, that may be conformed, capable of being conformed, it seems not to be used.