amorffaidd, di-ffurf, ddi-ffurf, hamorffaidd, ni-ffurf
Adjective(1) having no definite form or distinct shape(2) lacking the system or structure characteristic of living bodies(3) (of a group of people or an organization(4) unclear because vague or badly organized(5) without real or apparent crystalline form
(1) If the solution is cooled quickly, the molecules are frozen where they are, forming a glass-like amorphous solid.(2) In essence the method involves a combination of throwing out amorphous statements that are re-interpreted by the sitter as having some deeper personal meaning, and asking questions to which they then obligingly provide answers.(3) Thereafter the postmodern debate took on a new if amorphous character.(4) The room was darkly lit and the amorphous silhouettes littered about in the shadows made it claustrophobic.(5) Never entirely blank, she represents something - a vague, amorphous wholesomeness that persists despite the stories of handcuffs in the luggage, the suspender-belted photos and the string of boyfriends.(6) Here an organized coil of thick nickel cable is able to stand on its side, while loose lengths of thinner wire assume increasingly amorphous shapes.(7) They were not individuals, but an amorphous mass, a group of so-called queue jumpers.(8) 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.(9) The cryptic little icons surrounding the figure include clusters of rather phallic winged hearts, a hand that reaches into the picture from beyond the frame and an amorphous red shape emblazoned with a white cross.(10) Stretched along the umbrella's base, a large, pale gray, amorphous shape could be a shadow, a sack or a lifeless body.(11) They operate like mirages, assuring that somewhere amidst the amorphous cyber-networks, ubiquitous computing and surveillance, referents and living human beings persist.(12) International law is one of the most amorphous bodies of law out there.(13) Or is it just an amorphous character type: in other words, just as ├ö├ç├┐graphic designer├ö├ç├û may be the antidote to superhero, is it also the opposite of villain?(14) If they want to get their message across, antiglobalization forces must unite and search for leaders currently lost in the sea of a violent, amorphous mob.(15) This predictably led to a discussion of that vague, amorphous entity called the audience.(16) The psychological function of these childhood images is equivalent to the aesthetic function of forms in painting: they give concrete shape and outline to what would otherwise remain amorphous .
1. shapeless ::
afluniaidd o gerrig
2. unstructured ::
3. uncrystallized ::
1. formed ::
Different Formsamorphous, amorphously, amorphousness
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