[ UK /ʌnfˈɔːmd/ ]
[ US /ənˈfɔɹmd/ ]
[ US /ənˈfɔɹmd/ ]
not formed or organized
an as yet unformed government
not having form or shape
How To Use unformed In A Sentence
- But as all the girls were being played by callow youths with high voices, many of the bawdy references would be directed at them and their questionable or unformed masculinity.
- Of literary art there is little, of invention considerable; and while the style is to a certain extent unformed and immature, it is neither feeble nor obscure, and admirably serves the author's purpose of creating what the children call a "crawly" impression. The Complete Project Gutenberg Writings of Charles Dudley Warner
- V. ii.119 (330,9) and yet but raw neither in respect of his quick sail] [W: but slow] I believe _raw_ to be the right word; it is a word of great latitude; _raw_ signifies _unripe, immature_, thence _unformed, imperfect, unskilful_. Notes to Shakespeare, Volume III: The Tragedies
- I knew little of psychology but enough to be aware of the impact on the unformed ego of an absent father.
- All that blood stirring makes one aware of protoplasmic solutions, the essential matter between the formed and the unformed, masses of cells consisting largely of water, proteins, lipoids, carbohydrates, and inorganic salts.
- ‘I had a lot of unformed jokes in my head, and the more confident I got, the more I had the ability to just tie them all in,’ says Clarke.
- They remember you at your most awkward and unformed and they take delight in reminding you of it.
- Years ago Friedman was on one of the Sunday morning TV news shows, and I always thought there was an air of contrivance about him, something unformed, immature.
- unformed clay
- I don't exactly have that problem, but I do have a somewhat "unformed" idea of what heaven will be like. Semicolon