We rode on as fast as the horses could go, without risk of falling over the very rough and ill-formed road.
He was weak and ill-formed at his birth, so that even his mother despised him.
He was a fine big fellow; I have always been heavy and ill-formed.
But that is not because no sick, ill-formed, or injured are there.
Mr. Mool, discovering a crooked line and some ill-formed letters in the reply, drew his own conclusions.
The Gallipoli oysters are small and ill-formed, but very sweet.
The ugly cutter's good deeds were forgotten, and she appeared nothing more nor less than an ill-formed cockle-shell.
What do you mean,” they asked her, “by an ill-formed, captious mind?
It is the only medium to express the vague, ill-formed, new ideas with which we are all labouring.
The only item of which notice is taken, is whether the characters are well or ill-formed.