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life–form

noun \ˈlīf-ˈfrm, -ˌfrm\

Definition of LIFE-FORM

:  the body form that characterizes a kind of organism (as a species) at maturity; also :  a kind of organism

First Known Use of LIFE-FORM

1861

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