In the beginning, the earth was a formless void, and darkness covered the face of the deep, according to Genesis.
The film is an amiable but formless waft through a 1950s British film set.
It turns out that the act of creation is profoundly transformative, even for a formless, timeless, all-powerful primogenitor.
Seemingly broad, formless, and anecdotal, the book circles around leitmotifs that take on the ring of inevitability.
Relatively misshapen and formless, the dorsal figure is perhaps even more expressive of physical torment.
She had been to church; had confessed indeterminate sins to a formless and unresponsive deity.
A thing not of earth is present,—a mistlike, formless thing.
Demeter is rather the fruitful soil regarded as a person than the elder Titanic formless earth personified as Ga.
A formless object cannot inform the mind, cannot mould it to a new habit.
It was wordless and formless, just an inarticulate cry for help in the hour of need.