amorphous shape

  1. an ill-defined or arbitrary shape
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How To Use amorphous shape In A Sentence

  • Several drawings depict forms that have the amorphous shapes of sea life such as hydras and jellyfish.
  • The real issue is the play's amorphous shape. Times, Sunday Times
  • Where the paint takes over, it creates amorphous shapes that remain on the surface of the canvas.
  • It gradually changed color to a dull, dark hue and then finally into a less formed white, amorphous shape, before disappearing altogether.
  • After the amorphous shape was noted and identified by the faithful as an image of Mary, that particular sprinkler head - and only that one - was closed off so that no one could suggest the mundane reasons for the stain.
  • The real issue is the play's amorphous shape. Times, Sunday Times
  • When such is the case, the beam projected will be highly diffused and of amorphous shape, indicating that it's being bounced off the side of the bore.
  • It was a thornwing, a crumpled mass of thistly, snarled twine with a tiny hooked head at the crest of its amorphous shape. In Other Worlds
  • Within the transparency, amorphous shapes glowed a pinkish grey, punctuated with darker, circular masses.
  • In her later works, large, amorphous shapes seem to float on the canvas.
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