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forms

noun , plural of form

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1 the outward appearance of something as distinguished from its substance
  • the wood-carver carved the block of wood into the form of a duck
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2 a piece of paper with information written or to be written on it
  • I filled out all the forms for applying to the school
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3 a three-dimensional representation of the human body used especially for displaying clothes
  • put the dress on the form to finish pinning it together
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4 an oft-repeated action or series of actions performed in accordance with tradition or a set of rules
  • we'll use the second form in our church missals for today's Lenten service
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5 the means or procedure for doing something
  • there are established forms for voting on motions and amendments at meetings
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6 the type of body that a person has
  • he has the big-boned form of a linebacker
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7 the way in which the elements of something (as a work of art) are arranged
  • museumgoers liked the asymmetrical form of the mobile
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