take shape

  1. develop into a distinctive entity
    our plans began to take shape
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  • Moshe Basson's culinary roots stretch back through time from 200 CE, when the collection of Jewish oral law known as the Mishnah began to take shape - to the Jewish presence in Iraq, where his family lived till the 1950s - to the present time in Jerusalem. English-writing Israeli-bloggers
  • Your mind works faster and the plans that take shape give you much to look forward to. The Sun
  • The new building is beginning to take shape.
  • The painter's private demons take shape in the figures on the canvas.
  • Rugged garage rock, aggro shoegazing, psychedelic sunshine pop, abstract instrumentals and hippie balladry take shape with deliciously layered guitars, effects and sly, boyish vocals.
  • At first, they made sweet inarticulate music alone; but, by-and-by, the sound seemed to begin to take shape, and to be gradually moulding itself into words; till, at last, I seemed able to distinguish these, half-dissolved in a little ocean of circumfluent tones: "A great good is coming -- is coming -- is coming to thee, Anodos;" and so over and over again. Phantastes, a Faerie Romance for Men and Women
  • What emerges is also the sense that we must ever leap forward with Faith, Trust and Openness into the mystery and the unknownness of the newness that will ever take shape in the unfoldment of our expression and coming together, piece by piece and moment to moment. Mike Schwager: The Message of the One
  • A new song began to take shape in her mind.
  • A wonderful idea began to take shape in her brain.
  • From then on the ideas planted in four parts of the area will take shape and ultimately take root.
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