Related (5): deform, middle, warped, crooked, distorted
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form (noun) · forms (plural noun)
- the visible shape or configuration of something:
- arrangement of parts; shape:
- the body or shape of a person or animal:
- arrangement and style in literary or musical composition:
- a particular way in which a thing exists or appears; a manifestation:
- any of the ways in which a word may be spelled, pronounced, or inflected:
- the structure of a word, phrase, sentence, or discourse:
- the essential nature of a species or thing, especially (in Plato's thought) regarded as an abstract ideal which real things imitate or participate in.
- a type or variety of something:
- an artistic or literary genre:
- a taxonomic category that ranks below variety, which contains organisms differing from the typical kind in some trivial, frequently impermanent, character, e.g. a color variant. Compare with subspecies and variety
- the customary or correct method or procedure; what is usually done:
- a formality or item of mere ceremony:
- a set order of words; a formula:
- a mold, frame, or block in or on which something is shaped.
- a temporary structure for holding fresh concrete in shape while it sets.
- a printed document with blank spaces for information to be inserted:
- a class or year in a school, usually given a specifying number:
- the state of an athlete or sports team with regard to their current standard of performance:
- details of previous performances by a racehorse or greyhound:
- a long bench without a back.
- variant spelling of forme
- a hare's lair.
- bring together parts or combine to create (something):
- organize people or things into (a group or body):
- go to make up or constitute:
- gradually appear or develop:
- conceive (an idea or plan) in one's mind:
- enter into or contract (a relationship):
- articulate (a word, speech sound, or other linguistic unit).
- construct (a new word) by derivation or inflection.
- make or fashion into a certain shape or form:
- have a specified shape:
- be made or fashioned into a certain shape or form:
- shape or develop by training or discipline.
- influence or shape (something abstract):
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- having the form of:
- having a particular number of:
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"Deformmiddle" Example Sentences
Common Phases1. The deformmiddle of the bridge caused it to collapse;
2. The deformmiddle of the tire led to a blowout on the highway;
3. The deformmiddle of the plastic bottle made it impossible to open;
4. The deformmiddle of the metal rod weakened its structural integrity;
5. The deformmiddle of the fabric created an unsightly wrinkle.