form

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  • Info Form is the shape, visual appearance, constitution or configuration of an object. more...
  • Video games have gone on to become an art form and industry.
  • He also wrote a large number of works in non-traditional forms.
  • The level of defense was poor and players did not form any deep plan.
  • Many early forms of music and dance were created for each other and performed together.
  • Each of the first three powers is available in an advanced form.
  • Most of this comes in the form of snow during the winter.
  • The School also has one of the largest sixth forms in the county.
  • By soul he simply meant the form of a living being.
  • The city has since adopted the council-manager form of government.
  • These forms have lost their sight and even their eyes.
  • The city is led by the mayor-council form of government.
  • Each officer had about three rooms to house his family, forming a small community.
  • It is a home rule city with a Council-Manager form of government-one.
  • In the modern age, steel can be created in many forms.
  • General elections must be held within five years of the forming of a new government.
  • The city of Round Rock is managed through a council-manager form of government.
  • These are the most common form found in nature.
  • The city of College Station has a council-manager form of government.
  • Performance takes a wide range of forms, including theatre, music and drama.
  • Victoria is a city of the third class with a mayor-council form of government.
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Meaning of form

  • noun The phonological or orthographic sound or appearance of a word that can be used to describe or identify something
    the inflected forms of a word can be represented by a stem and a list of inflections to be attached
  • noun A perceptual structure
    the composition presents problems for students of musical form, a visual pattern must include not only objects but the spaces between them
  • noun The visual appearance of something or someone
    the delicate cast of his features
  • noun A printed document with spaces in which to write
    he filled out his tax form
  • noun (biology) a group of organisms within a species that differ in trivial ways from similar groups
    a new strain of microorganisms
  • noun An arrangement of the elements in a composition or discourse
    the essay was in the form of a dialogue, he first sketches the plot in outline form
  • noun A particular mode in which something is manifested
    his resentment took the form of extreme hostility
  • noun An ability to perform well
    he was at the top of his form, the team was off form last night
  • noun A mold for setting concrete
    they built elaborate forms for pouring the foundation
  • verb Create (as an entity)
    social groups form everywhere, They formed a company
  • verb To compose or represent:"this wall forms the background of the stage setting"
    The branches made a roof, This makes a fine introduction
  • verb Develop into a distinctive entity
    our plans began to take shape
  • verb Assume a form or shape
    the water formed little beads