She fitted into this dark, rich, Eastern splendor as a misformed bronze idol might have done.
Miss Blair had planned for herself a room wherein everything was misformed, and in which she herself was in keeping.
They came to a misformed face, with staring, protruding eyes, and thick black lips and cheeks.
In a second his arms were about his misformed body, and he tenderly raised him up and spoke to him.
Millions of babes died for lack of proper care, millions survived infancy to become rickety, misformed, wretched children.
In three rumpless fowls the caudal vertebr were few in number, and anchylosed together into a misformed mass.
early 13c., from Old French forme "physical form, appearance, pleasing looks; shape, image," from Latin forma "form, contour, figure, shape; appearance, looks' model, pattern, design; sort, kind condition," origin unknown. One theory holds that it is from Greek morphe "form, beauty, outward appearance" (see Morpheus) via Etruscan [Klein]. Sense of "behavior" is first recorded late 14c. Meaning "a document with blanks to be filled in" is from 1855.
c.1300, from Old French fourmer, from Latin formare, from forma "form, contour, figure, shape" (see form (n.)). Related: Formed; forming.
The record of past performances by a horse, team, competitor, etc; the BOOK, track record: What's the form on General Electric this quarter?/ The form on the little gelding is super
[1940s+ Horse racing; fr form, ''the fitness or condition of a racehorse,'' which is found by 1760]