The shape or visible structure of a thing or person. (noun)
A thing that gives shape to other things as in a mold. (noun)
An order of doing things, as in religious ritual. (noun)
A blank document or template to be filled in by the user. (noun)
A grouping of words which maintain grammatical context in different usages. (noun)
Characteristics not involving atomic components. (noun)
A criminal record; loosely, past history (in a given area). (noun)
A class or year of students (often preceded by an ordinal number to specify the year, as in sixth form). (noun)
The den or home of a hare. (noun)
A long bench with no back. (noun)
A window or dialogue box. (noun)
Grade (level of pre-collegiate education). (noun)
An infraspecific rank. (noun)
To give shape or visible structure to (a thing or person). (verb)
To take shape. (verb)
To create (a word) by inflection or derivation. (verb)
To constitute, to compose, to make up. (verb)
Examples of word form
I still await some form of PERSONAL **not form** answer.
These experiments merely indicate that _the parent form possesses more potential characters than it can give expression to in a single individual form_, some of them being necessarily latent or hidden, and that when these latent ones show themselves they must do so at the expense of others which become latent or hidden in their turn.
Was the form of slavery which our professor pronounces innocent _the form_ witnessed by our Savior "in Judea?"
It is clear that the main point of the question does not lie in organic matter or in organic form, but in organic _motion_, for even the specific of the organic _form_ originates only first through _organic motion of life_.
The olden transcendentalist dragged on in barren cells and dreary poverty in order not to divert his glorified vision of the formless by the beauty of the _ever present form_; the modern transcendentalist brings his higher laws into play, conquers his poverty and commands around himself the beauty and luxury and freedom of the world of form, and it speaks to him in matchless raiment, luxuriant flowers, gems, material comforts and soft ease.