[ UK /fˈɔːmləs/ ]
  1. having no definite form or distinct shape
    an aggregate of formless particles
    amorphous clouds of insects
    a shapeless mass of protoplasm
  2. having no physical form
    belief in a world filled with...formless but often malevolent beings
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How To Use formless In A Sentence

  • They are also quite preternaturally ugly, bringing a rude abbreviation to the extension of the leg and drawing attention to the unbeautiful formlessness of the shoe, and the cheapness of its material and fabrication.
  • Under the Watchful eye of the demon, wander alone in the formless Chaos.
  • The uneasiness grew into a formless apprehension, which drew him out into the waxing sunlight and drove him to retrace his earlier route through the meadow, towards College Rise.
  • belief in a world filled with...formless but often malevolent beings
  • Ere I hid my head she was standing in her cavern halls, glowing coldly westward—her feet were blackness: her robes, empurpled, flowed mistily from shoulder down in formless folds of folds; her head, pine-crowned, was set with jeweled stars. DARKWATER
  • [455] For the early divisions of verse and prose story were all Topsies, and simply "growed"; although the smaller romances of the late sixteenth and early seventeenth century, and the larger of the latter date, were undoubtedly influenced by the Greek, it was more a case of general imitation than specific endeavour; the Sensibility school was very limited and chiefly attended to tricks of manner; and the "Romantic vague" was never vaguer than in the vast and rather formless, though magnificent and delightful, novel-work started by Nodier, Mérimée, A History of the French Novel, Vol. 2 To the Close of the 19th Century
  • A series of largely formless images rushed across the screen.
  • The formlessness of infinite choice hobbles relationships: you can't commit if there is always a better option.
  • An idea slipped out, as formless at first as the faint shadows of the courtyard around them in the early rays of dawn.
  • It was always moving, yet always still, as formless and eternal as water yet containing the possibilities of all things. THE BROKEN GOD
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