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unshaped

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Pronunciation: /ʌnˈʃeɪpt
 
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Definition of unshaped in English:

adjective

Having a vague, ill-formed, or unfinished shape: his hair was unshaped and straggling with her he saw a future, a dim unshaped outline of possibility
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  • Now that is in the period of history when man is shaping his world out of a wild, savage, unshaped world.
  • Both the pits were filled with filler materials - several layers of slightly bigger unshaped stones and sand.
  • Further, and more important: rooting the superiority of Christianity in its relation to our ‘experience ‘supposes that we can describe that experience in neutral terms, unshaped by the perspective with which we began.

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