Definition of unformed in English:

unformed

Line breaks: un|formed
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈfɔːmd
 
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adjective

1Without a definite form or shape: she packed the unformed butter into the mould
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  • In the image the distance remains vague and unformed, in contrast to the foreground where a new town has sprung into existence, impelled into life by the railroad.
  • Symptoms of yang deficiency include feeling cold, feeling fatigued and having unformed stools.
  • Scans showed she was tiny and that her left hand was unformed.
1.1Not having developed or been developed fully: he had an ambitious, albeit unformed, idea for a novel unformed youths
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  • It seems mean to point it out, to pick apart ideas so embryonic and unformed.
  • He is only a first time filmmaker, after all, and anyone familiar with his history as a video director knows he is unformed and developing.
  • Madeleine may appear to be a walking, talking example of Carnaby Street cool, but she's really an unformed youth at heart.

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