1. having or combining two forms
    the biform body of a mermaid
    a biform crystal
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How To Use biform In A Sentence

  • Processes generally hollow, tubiform to tapering, sometimes with striae and annular thickenings along their length; they are distally open or closed and furcated.
  • These movements are termed amoebiform, because they quite resemble the movements of a small animalcule which is named amoeba. Young Folks' Library, Volume XI (of 20) Wonders of Earth, Sea and Sky
  • Flowers are pollinated mainly by an anthophorid bee, Ptilothrix bombiformis Cresson, and by a bumblebee, Bombus pennsylvanicus DeGeer.
  • the biform body of a mermaid
  • a biform crystal
  • Almost 2000 delegates from 41 countries gathered in the Kulturpalast, the massive cubiform cultural centre dating from Dresden's former communist era.
  • We have already seen that the young egg-cell multiplies itself by simple binary division, after the manner of unicellular organisms in general -- thereby indicating, as also by its amoebiform movements, its fundamental identity with such organisms in kind. Darwin, and After Darwin (Vol. 1 and 3, of 3) An Exposition of the Darwinian Theory and a Discussion of Post-Darwinian Questions
  • Frederic Remington wasn't any impressionist either; and so far as I can learn he didn't have a cubiform idea in stock. Cobb's Bill-of-Fare
  • Moreover, the completely airtight construction of the combination of the cubiform container and the light-permeable glass plate ensures that the solar cells contained therein are thoroughly protected.
  • The _second glume_ is lanceolate, cymbiform, acute or acuminate, 3-nerved, margins hyaline, ciliate, as long as the first chartaceous and the keel with a serrulate wing above the middle. A Handbook of Some South Indian Grasses
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